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The New Europe: An Economic Geography of the Eec

Book Description
This is a revised and updated edition of this text on Europe, which contains information on a united Germany as well as the most recent developments in the EU, its new members and the implications for its future. Although the book still contains its regional and systematic approach, each section has been revised to give the latest facts and reflect current thinking.
Book Information
PublisherHolmes & Meier Publishers
BindingPaperback (5 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages304
Publication Date11/1985
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About G.N. Minshull (Author) : G.N. Minshull is a published author. Some of the published credits of G.N. Minshull include The New Europe.
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