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Export Supply and Trade Reform: The Turkish Evidence

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  • Utku UTKULU
  • Dilek SEYMEN
  • Aydin ARI

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  • Utku UTKULU & Dilek SEYMEN & Aydin ARI, "undated". "Export Supply and Trade Reform: The Turkish Evidence," EcoMod2004 330600144, EcoMod.
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