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[country report] / Etienne Vlok. - 310 KB, PDF-File. - . In: The future of the textile and clothing industry in Sub-Saharan Africa / Herbert Jauch ; Rudolf Traub-Merz (eds.). - Bonn : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Division for Internat. Development Cooperation, Africa Dep., 2006, S. 227 - 246. Electronic ed.: Bonn : FES, 2006
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