Parliaments and defence procurement
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Parliaments and defence procurement report by Western European Union. Committee on Defence Questions and Armaments.

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Published by Assembly of Western European Union in Paris .
Written in English



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  • Europe -- Armed Forces -- Procurement.

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Edition Notes

Statementsubmitted on behalf of the Committee on Defence Questions and Armaments by Mr. Maggioni, rapporteur.
SeriesDocument - Assembly of Western European Union ; 807, Document (Western European Union) ;, 807.
LC ClassificationsJN94.A125 W45a no. 807, UC265.E85 W45a no. 807
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. ;
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3891821M
LC Control Number81453397

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