Relations between the United Kingom and China in the periodup to and beyond 1997. by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Foreign Affairs Committee.

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Chairman: David Howell.

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SeriesReport / Foreign Affairs Committee. Session 1993-94 -- 1st, (HC). (1993-94) -- 37-I, House of Commons papers -- 37-I.
ContributionsHowell, David.
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Paginationcx p. :
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Open LibraryOL21077958M
ISBN 100102903948

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