Manufacturing trade and measures 1966-1981
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Manufacturing trade and measures 1966-1981 tabulations of trade, output, Canadian market, total demand and related measures for manufacturing industrial sectors. by

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Published by Canada Dept. of Industry, Trade and Commerce/Regional Economic Expansion in Ottawa .
Written in English


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