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Israel Jacob Massuanganhe

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First Name:Israel
Middle Name:Jacob
Last Name:Massuanganhe
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Homepage: http://jacobmassuanganhe.blogspot.com
Location: Mozambique
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  1. Massuanganhe, Israel Jacob, 2002. "Land Police and Administration Reform in Mozambique: An Economic View in GDP Growth," Agricultural Economics Reports 15011, Mozambique Agriculture and Rural Development Research.
  2. Massuanganhe, Israel Jacob, 2000. "Land Police in Mozambique: Future Perspectives," Agricultural Economics Reports 15012, Mozambique Agriculture and Rural Development Research.

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