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Draft customs nomenclature Edition revised in accordance with the observations forwarded by Governments. by League of Nations. Customs Tariff Nomenclature, Sub-Committee of Experts for the Unification of.

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Published by League of Nations in [Geneva .
Written in English


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At head of title: C.295.M.194.1937.II.B. [vol. 1], Geneva, July 15th, 1937; [vol. 2, Geneva, October 1st, 1937]

SeriesSeries of League of Nations publications. II. Economic and financial. 1937.II.B. 5 pt. 1-2
The Physical Object
Pagination2 vol.
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Open LibraryOL15425320M

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