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Jovi Clemente Dacanay

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First Name:Jovi
Middle Name:Clemente
Last Name:Dacanay
RePEc Short-ID:pda436
Pasig City, Philippines

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RePEc:edi:seuapph (more details at EDIRC)
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  1. Rodolfo, Maria Cherry Lyn S. & Dacanay, Jovi, 2005. "Challenges in Health Services Trade: Philippine Case," Discussion Papers DP 2005-30, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.

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