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HOUGHTON, D. HOBART - The South African Economy

(Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1964). . 8vo; pictorial boards; pp. x + 261, incl. index; tables and graphs. Boards quite browned; corners slightly turned; some foxing. Good condition. "How South Africa came to have the most advanced industrial economy in Africa is of interest to economist and non-economist alike. This comprehensive yet succinct account will be of great use at a time when there is world-wide discussion of the problems confronting developing nations in their drive for economic progress.".
GBP 4.00 [Appr.: EURO 4.5 US$ 5.36 | JP¥ 561] Booknumber: 9853

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