Soviet utilization of food
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Soviet utilization of food focus on meat and dairy processing by Kenneth Gray

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Published by Soviet Interview Project in Urbana-Champaign .
Written in English


  • Meat industry and trade -- Soviet Union,
  • Dairying -- Soviet Union,
  • Agricultural administration -- Soviet Union

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Edition Notes

StatementKenneth Gray.
SeriesWorking paper / Soviet Interview Project -- #34, Working paper (Soviet Interview Project) -- #34
ContributionsSoviet Interview Project.
LC ClassificationsHD9425R92 G7 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p. --
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20095010M

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