Long-term planning for co-operative rural development--the Japanese experience

report of the Twelfth RECA Seminar (Tokyo, 20 November-10 December 1984). by RECA Seminar (12th 1984 Tokyo, Japan)

Publisher: Afro-Asian Rural Reconstruction Organisation in New Delhi, India

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Edition Notes

Cover title: Long-term planning for cooperative rural development--the Japanese experience.

Other titlesLong-term planning for cooperative rural development--the Japanese experience.
ContributionsAfro-Asian Rural Reconstruction Organization.
LC ClassificationsHD1486.J3 R4 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination183 p. ;
Number of Pages183
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1621035M
LC Control Number91165436

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