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Canadian grain exports to the Soviet Union: a case study in spatial interaction


Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 50(10): p.3325
Canadian grain exports to the Soviet Union: a case study in spatial interaction
The USSR has become a major market for Canadian grain, although the two nations share geographic characteristics which make both significant grain producers.


Accession: 002042417



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