Asia-Pacific Population Journal, Volume 18, Issue 4
United Nations Publications, Aug 27, 2004 - 48 pages
Issued three times a year, the Asia-Pacific Population Journal is an invaluable resource containing opinions and analysis by experts on important issues related to population. It provides a medium for the international exchange of knowledge, experience, ideas, technical information and data on all aspects of population.
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