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Public sector purchasing an economic weapon that the government must organise itselfto use in pursuit of national industrial objectives by Robert Maxwell

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Written in English

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Statementa report to the Economic Group of the Labour Party by Robert Maxwell, MC, MP.
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Open LibraryOL16513319M

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