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1. China and the End of Poverty - Towards Mutual Benefit? / P. Davies [DC-DAVI-1] [DEEEP-REPORT-2018-059]
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2. The European Journal of Development Research. Public Investments in and for Agriculture; Vol.27 No.3 / Bingxin Yu ; Shenggen Fan ; Eduardo Magalheas ; Sarah K. Lowder ; et al [DC-EAD-14] [DEEEP-JOURNAL-2015-079]
English Within a policy environment of greater attention to agriculture following the food price crises in developing countries, this Special Issue is motivated by the importance of bringing to bear new conceptual and empirical research on the determinants, trends and consequences of public expenditures in support of the agricultural sector of developing economies. [...]
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3. Index. Irish Newsletter for Development Education Exchange; 20 / Ali Leahy ; Matthias Fiedler ; Jenna Coriddi ; Aoife Rush ; et al [DE-COM-4] [DEEEP-JOURNAL-2015-058]
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4. The dark side of cyberspace. Inside the sweatshops of China's computer hardware production / Jenny Chan ; Charles Ho (SACOM) [ME-CH-1] [DEEEP-GUIDE-2015-035]
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5. O mundo em nos. Historias e actividades para crescer na diversidade ("in the world. Stories and activities to grow in diversity") / AidGlobal [ME-AI-1] [DEEEP-GUIDE-2015-023]
6. Bridging the Differences. Analyses of Five Issues of the WTO Agenda / L. A. Winters ; P. S. Mehta [DC-WI-1] [DEEEP-BOOK-2014-678]
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7. Civil Society in European-Chinese Relations: Challenges of Cooperation; 40179 / N. Sausmikat ; K. Fritsche [DC-SAU-3] [DEEEP-BOOK-2014-572]
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8. Global Concerns - Global Cooperation. How European and Chinese NGOs Can Learn from Each Other. A Documentation - Hainan/Guangzhou; 39965 / N. Sausmikat [DC-SAU-2] [DEEEP-BOOK-2014-571]
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9. Schneller, höher, weiter: China überholt sich selbst (Faster, higher, stronger: China overtakes itself); 39539 / N. Sausmikat ; K. Fritsche [DC-SAU-1] [DEEEP-BOOK-2014-570]
10. Schwermetalle außer Kontrolle. Chinesische NGOs kritisieren IT-Industrie (Heavy metals out of control); 40422 / Friends of Nature ; Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) ; Green Beagle [DC-FON-1] [DEEEP-BOOK-2014-272]
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