Technological developments and their implications for employment in the printing and allied trades, with particular reference to developing countries, Page 93
International Labour Office, 1981 - Business & Economics - 46 pages
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TECHN0L0GICAL CH0ICE AND TRANSFER
LAB0UR RELATI0NS AND THE CHALLENGE
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