Rural transport study in three districts of Zimbabwe

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Statementprepared by Mannock Management Consultants and the International Labour Organisation for the Government of Zimbabwe, Ministry of Transport and Energy.
ContributionsInternational Labour Organisation., Zimbabwe. Ministry of Transport and Energy.
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LC ClassificationsHE316.Z55 M36 1997
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