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Analyzing Establishment Growth Within New York Food Manufacturing Industries From 1987 Through 1995

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  • Ing, Charmaine
  • Christy, Ralph D.

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  • Ing, Charmaine & Christy, Ralph D., 1999. "Analyzing Establishment Growth Within New York Food Manufacturing Industries From 1987 Through 1995," Journal of Food Distribution Research, Food Distribution Research Society, vol. 30(1), March.
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