Atlas of the World Economy
Routledge, 1991 - Economic geography - 167 pages
A reference work which examines the nature and operation of the world's economy in terms of population, agriculture, energy, industry, national incomes, transport, trade and multinationalism. It highlights the force and influence of the capitalist economic system based in the West.
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