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Size and performance of the Northern Ireland food and drinks processing sector 1989 to 1991

S. A. McBurney

Size and performance of the Northern Ireland food and drinks processing sector 1989 to 1991

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Published by [Department of Agriculture for Northern Ieland] in [Belfast] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At foot of title page: Review ... conducted by the Department of Agriculture"s Economics and Statistics Division for the Department of Agriculture, the Industrial Development Board and the Local Enterprise Development Unit.

Statementwritten by Stanley McBurney and Andrew Martin.
ContributionsMartin, Andrew, 1966-, Great Britain. Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland. Economics and Statistics Division., Great Britain. Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland., Industrial Development Board for Northern Ireland., Local Enterprise Development Unit.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21960096M
ISBN 101855271427
OCLC/WorldCa31865781

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