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Strategic Trade Theory and Agricultural Markets: An Application to Canadian and U.S. Wheat Exports to Japan

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  • Thursby, Marie C.
  • Thursby, Jerry G.

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  • Thursby, Marie C. & Thursby, Jerry G., 1991. "Strategic Trade Theory and Agricultural Markets: An Application to Canadian and U.S. Wheat Exports to Japan," Occasional Papers 233062, Regional Research Project NC-194: Organization and Performance of World Food Systems.
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