Vocational training of forestry workers
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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization in Geneva .
Written in English


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Published under the auspices of the Pilot Committee on Logging Techniques and Training of Forest Workers of the European Forestry Commission.

Statementprepared by the International Labour Office.
ContributionsEuropean Forestry Commission. Pilot Committee on Logging Techniques and Training of Forest Workers.
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Open LibraryOL20984535M

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