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Volume 23, 2016
PSU-USM-NSTRU 2014 International Conference on Arts and Sciences 2014 “Arts and Sciences Research 2014: Spot of Change for Tomorrow”
Article Number 02003
Number of page(s) 16
Section Tourism, Economy and Sustainability
Published online 06 January 2016
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