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Страхование Посевов В Казахстане. Анализ Возможностей Эффективного Управления Рисками

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  • Bokuéseva, Rauésan
  • Heidelbach, Olaf
  • Kusajynov, Talgat

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  • Bokuéseva, Rauésan & Heidelbach, Olaf & Kusajynov, Talgat, 2007. "Страхование Посевов В Казахстане. Анализ Возможностей Эффективного Управления Рисками," Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Transition Economies, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), volume 37, number 92326, December.
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