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Befekadu Degefe, Berhanu Nega et Getahun Tafesse - Second Annual Report on the Ethiopian economy.

  title={Befekadu Degefe, Berhanu Nega et Getahun Tafesse - Second Annual Report on the Ethiopian economy.},
  author={G{\'e}rard Prunier},
  journal={Annales D'ethiopie},
  • G. Prunier
  • Published 2002
  • Economics
  • Annales D'ethiopie
Prunier Gerard. Befekadu Degefe, Berhanu Nega et Getahun Tafesse - Second Annual Report on the Ethiopian economy.. In: Annales d'Ethiopie. Volume 18, annee 2002. pp. 287-291. 
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