Information and documentation for development in Trinidad and Tobago
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Information and documentation for development in Trinidad and Tobago document by United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America.

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Published by Centro Latinoamericano de Documentación Económica y Social in Santiago de Chile .
Written in English



  • Trinidad and Tobago,
  • Trinidad and Tobago.


  • Information services -- Trinidad and Tobago.,
  • Trinidad and Tobago -- Economic conditions -- Information services.,
  • Trinidad and Tobago -- Social conditions -- Information services.

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Edition Notes

Statementprepared by CEPAL/Clades.
ContributionsLatin American Centre for Economic and Social Documentation.
LC ClassificationsHC157.T8 U54 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4447338M
LC Control Number79109371

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