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Berry, Bill, Downes, Les, Ford, René, Gong, Hugh, Howcroft, John, Johnson, Alan, Kennon, Richard, Ruffer, Tim, Sinha, Pammi, Towers, Neil and Ward, Julian

Design Capabilities and Potential in “The Cotton and Textiles Sector in Tanzania: Issues and Opportunities. A report for the Tanzanian Government”

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Berry, Bill, Downes, Les, Ford, René, Gong, Hugh, Howcroft, John, Johnson, Alan, Kennon, Richard, Ruffer, Tim, Sinha, Pammi, Towers, Neil and Ward, Julian (2007) Design Capabilities and Potential in “The Cotton and Textiles Sector in Tanzania: Issues and Opportunities. A report for the Tanzanian Government”. Technical Report. Gatsby Charitable Foundation, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. (Unpublished)

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