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Ciudades, territorios y crecimiento inclusivo en Latinoamérica: Los casos de Chile, Colombia y México

  • Berdegué, J.
  • Carriazo, F.
  • Jara, B.
  • Modrego, F.
  • Soloaga, I.


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Paper provided by Rimisp Latin American Center for Rural Development in its series Working papers with number 118.

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Length: 55 pages
Date of creation: 2012
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