From the fibre to the garment
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From the fibre to the garment

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Published by VESTA M in Plovdiv, Bulgaria .
Written in English



  • Bulgaria


  • Textile industry -- Bulgaria -- Directories.

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Edition Notes

Statement[compilers Michail Milchev, Doychin Doychinov ; translated by Zhenya Karagerova].
SeriesSeries "Economy"
ContributionsMilchev, Michail., Doĭchinov, Doĭchin.
LC ClassificationsHD9865.B82 F76 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination72 p. :
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL775456M
LC Control Number97176077

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