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Type: Thesis
Title: Pattern of international trade in chromite and ferrochromium : an historical perspective / by Edward Norman Eadie.
Author: Eadie, Edward Norman
Issue Date: 1997
School/Discipline: Dept. of Commerce
Abstract: This thesis aims to tabulate information on the pattern of international trade in chromite and ferrochromium in a systematic form for the whole world during a period of more than fifty years prior to and including 1980. The study describes the main features of the international trade pattern, and outlines the various factors that have had an influence in determining the pattern of international trade in chromite and gerrochromium.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Commerce, 1997?
Subject: Chromite.
Chromium-iron alloys.
Description: Includes bibliographies.
2 v. : [1] ill., [1] map ; 30 cm.
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