Country environmental policy integration studies
Asian Development Bank
Asian Development Bank, 2001 - Environmental policy - 154 pages
This economic report reflects the lessons learned duringthe first decade and a half of political independence of the Republic of the Marshall Islands and the its experience with the financial arrangements that came with the Compact of Free Association with the United States.
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