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Opening of the Northwest Passage: Implications for Global Shipping and Asian Economies

Author:

Hugh Stephens

Year:

2015

Source:

PECC International Project Seminar: Managing the Blue Economy: Future of Port Management and Shipping in the Asia Pacific at Papeete, French Polynesia

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