Assessment of the Prince Edward Island economy in the early 1980s

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Published by The Council in Halifax, N.S .

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  • Prince Edward Island,
  • Prince Edward Island.


  • Economic indicators -- Prince Edward Island.,
  • Industries -- Prince Edward Island.,
  • Prince Edward Island -- Economic conditions.

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Statementprepared by the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council.
ContributionsAtlantic Provinces Economic Council.
LC ClassificationsHC117.P7 A87 1984
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Paginationiii, 150 leaves :
Number of Pages150
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Open LibraryOL2760815M
LC Control Number86116389

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