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Industry, Innovation and InfrastructurePrint Color Insert Pages: Color pages 9,15,16,19.BISAC Code: BUS061000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / StatisticsBUS070000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / GeneralBUS081000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / Hospitality, Travel & TourismShrink Wrappings: Entity job tracking: Bulletin of Industrial Statistics for Arab Countries - Tenth IssueTiers: 3 – Grey Literature
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Human Rights Council – Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children Human Rights Council Report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict to the Human Rights Council Fabienne Vinet 2022-01-26T12:58:22-05:00 Wednesday, 26 January 2022 | Report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict to the Human Rights Council Fabienne Vinet 2021-01-27T07:23:08-05:00 Wednesday, 27 January 2021 | Report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict to the Human Rights Council Fabienne Vinet 2020-01-24T11:06:39-05:00 Friday, 24 January 2020 | Report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict to the Human Rights Council Fabienne Vinet 2020-06-21T22:53:15-04:00 Thursday, 31 January 2019 | Rights of the child Fabienne Vinet 2018-07-19T14:19:19-04:00 Thursday, 19 July 2018 | Report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict to the Human Rights Council Fabienne Vinet 2021-02-24T10:20:50-05:00 Wednesday, 7 February 2018 | Report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict to the Human Rights Council Stephanie Tremblay 2021-02-24T10:31:59-05:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Interim report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Mr.
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Rights of the Child – Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children Rights of the Child Previous Next Rights of the Child Stephanie Tremblay 2021-02-25T10:21:13-05:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Published 12 Mar 1998   |   UN Offices: Human Rights Council Document Type: Annual Reports , Reports Available in:   عربي   |   English   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский   |   中文   |   Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in Afghanistan – Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children Report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in Afghanistan Previous Next Report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in Afghanistan Stephanie Tremblay 2020-06-21T21:56:59-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Published 10 Nov 2008   |   UN Offices: Secretary-General Document Type: Reports Countries: Afghanistan Available in:   عربي   |   English   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский   |   中文   |   Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in Sri Lanka – Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children Report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in Sri Lanka Previous Next Report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in Sri Lanka Stephanie Tremblay 2020-06-21T22:11:51-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Published 21 Dec 2011   |   UN Offices: Secretary-General Document Type: Reports Available in:   عربي   |   English   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский   |   中文   |   Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Rights of the Child – Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children Rights of the Child Previous Next Rights of the Child Stephanie Tremblay 2020-06-21T21:02:40-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Published 19 Dec 2006   |   UN Offices: General Assembly Document Type: Resolutions Available in:   عربي   |   English   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский   |   中文   |   Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Letter dated 20 December 2018 from the Permanent Representative of Sweden to the United Nations Addressed to the President of the Security Council – Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children Letter dated 20 December 2018 from the Permanent Representative of Sweden to the United Nations Addressed to the President of the Security Council Previous Next Letter dated 20 December 2018 from the Permanent Representative of Sweden to the United Nations Addressed to the President of the Security Council Stephanie Tremblay 2020-06-21T22:45:43-04:00 Monday, 7 January 2019 | Published 21 Dec 2018   |   UN Offices: Security Council Working Group Document Type: Toolkits Available in:   عربي   |   English   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский   |   中文   |   Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Conclusions on children and armed conflict in Afghanistan – Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children Conclusions on children and armed conflict in Afghanistan Previous Next Conclusions on children and armed conflict in Afghanistan Stephanie Tremblay 2020-06-21T21:38:44-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Published 12 Jul 2009   |   UN Offices: Security Council Working Group Document Type: Conclusions Countries: Afghanistan Available in:   عربي   |   English   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский   |   中文   |   Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women – Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children About Us The mandate Special Representative Former Special Representatives SRSG-CAAC Europe Liaison Office Our work Where we work Voices from the field Six Grave Violations Killing and Maiming Child Recruitment and Use Sexual Violence against Children Abduction Attacks on Schools and Hospitals Denial of Humanitarian Access Engaging with Parties to Conflict Working with Partners Civil Society Member States United Nations Entities Tools for action Action Plans OPAC – Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict Ratification status of the Optional Protocol Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism SDGs Library Reports and Resolutions Publications and Working Papers Publications from partners International Law News & Media Press Releases Official Statements News Media Contact Initiatives Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Global Coalition for Reintegration Financing Innovation Forum (FIF) Nairobi Process Lessons Learned and Best Practices Take Action ACT TO PROTECT children affected by conflict Employment 20 Years for Children Children, Not Soldiers Countries 25 years Voices for Children Affected by Conflict 25 Years of Work for Children Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women Report of the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences Stephanie Tremblay 2017-09-27T02:34:01-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Report of the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences Stephanie Tremblay 2017-09-27T02:35:01-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Report of the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences Stephanie Tremblay 2017-09-27T02:36:28-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Report of the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences Stephanie Tremblay 2017-09-27T02:38:05-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Report of the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences Stephanie Tremblay 2020-06-21T20:20:15-04:00 Thursday, 21 September 2017 | Recent Posts UN Children and Armed Conflict Office, UNESCO Sign Agreement to Strengthen Cooperation on Education for Children Living in Conflict Areas First Virtual Summer School on Child Protection in Armed Conflict Concluding This Week Nigeria: Decrease in Grave Violations Against Children Though Boys, Girls Continue to Suffer from Volatile Security Situation in North-East Region  Concrete Efforts to Prevent Violations and Understanding Gendered Dimensions of Conflict Critical to Protecting Children Philippines: New Report Details Policy Progress in the Protection of Children Affected by Armed Conflict, though Children Continue to be Exposed to Grave Violations UNITED NATIONS Contact Us | Copyright | Fraud Alert | Privacy Notice | Terms of Use Page load link Go to Top
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Industry, Innovation and InfrastructurePrint Color Insert Pages: Color pages 9,15,16,19.BISAC Code: BUS061000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / StatisticsBUS070000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / GeneralBUS081000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / Hospitality, Travel & TourismShrink Wrappings: Entity job tracking: Bulletin of Industrial Statistics for Arab Countries - Tenth IssueTiers: 3 – Grey Literature
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