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Extrayendo Promesas: Pueblos Indigenas, Industria Extractivas, y el Banco Mundial

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Extrayendo Promesas: Pueblos Indigenas, Industria Extractivas, y el Banco Mundial

by Marcus Colchester; Emily Caruso; Armando Valbuena Wouriyu; Matilda Koma; Fergus Mackay

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9789719284628
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Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples International Centre for Policy Research) / Forest People's Program. Binding sound, moderate shelf wear. Light ink underlining noted to a few pages, else clean text. Spanish text. 402 pages. Indigenous peoples, extractive industries and the world bank in Colombia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Russia, Chad, Cameroon, Indonesia, India. Hard-to-find title. Heavy book: priority or international shipping may require additional charges. . Good+. Paperback. 2003.

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Raritan River Books US (US)
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Title
Extrayendo Promesas: Pueblos Indigenas, Industria Extractivas, y el Banco Mundial
Author
Marcus Colchester; Emily Caruso; Armando Valbuena Wouriyu; Matilda Koma; Fergus Mackay
Format/Binding
Paperback
Book Condition
Used - Good+
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ISBN 10
9719284625
ISBN 13
9789719284628
Publisher
Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples International Centre for Policy Research) / Forest People's Program
Date Published
2003

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