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Did Liberalization Start A Retail Revolution In Brazil?

Vries, G. J. D., 2008, Groningen: GGDC, 41 p. (GGDC Working Papers; vol. GD-105).

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APA

Vries, G. J. D. (2008). Did Liberalization Start A Retail Revolution In Brazil? (GGDC Working Papers; Vol. GD-105). Groningen: GGDC.

Author

Vries, Gaaitzen J. de. / Did Liberalization Start A Retail Revolution In Brazil?. Groningen : GGDC, 2008. (GGDC Working Papers).

Harvard

Vries, GJD 2008 'Did Liberalization Start A Retail Revolution In Brazil?' GGDC Working Papers, vol. GD-105, GGDC, Groningen.

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Did Liberalization Start A Retail Revolution In Brazil? / Vries, Gaaitzen J. de.

Groningen : GGDC, 2008. (GGDC Working Papers; Vol. GD-105).

Research output: Working paperAcademic

Vancouver

Vries GJD. Did Liberalization Start A Retail Revolution In Brazil? Groningen: GGDC. 2008. (GGDC Working Papers).


BibTeX

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