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Managing operations

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Managing operations. / Rayner, Charlotte.

London : CAEP - Certified Accountants Educational Projects Ltd, 1993.

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Rayner, C 1993 'Managing operations' CAEP - Certified Accountants Educational Projects Ltd, London.

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Rayner, C. (1993). Managing operations. CAEP - Certified Accountants Educational Projects Ltd.

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Rayner C. Managing operations. London: CAEP - Certified Accountants Educational Projects Ltd. 1993.

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Rayner, Charlotte. / Managing operations. London : CAEP - Certified Accountants Educational Projects Ltd, 1993.

Bibtex

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