documentation of an international workshop held at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation ; Bonn, 21-22 October 1992 Bonn, 1998, 2010
documentation of an international workshop held at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation ; Bonn, 21-22 October 1992 / [Ed.: Ludgera Klemp. Publ. by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Division for Internat. Cooperation]. - Bonn, 1992. - 79 S. = 172 Kb, Text ; 3 MB PDF-File. - (Dialogreihe Entwicklungspolitik ; 6) Electronic ed.: Bonn : FES Library, 1998. - PDF version replaced by retrodigitized version in 2010. - Online version without illustrations ISBN 3-86077-155-8 http://library.fes.de/fulltext/iez/00060toc.htm
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