Danish economy in the twentieth century by Hans Chr Johansen

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  • Denmark -- Economic conditions.,
  • Denmark -- Economic policy.

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Includes index.

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Other titlesDanish economy inthe 20th century.
StatementHans Christian Johansen.
LC ClassificationsHC355
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Paginationp. cm
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Open LibraryOL21257367M
ISBN 100312003730

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