Las implicaciones globales del desarrollo economico de China: Sostenibilidad Energética

Cavada, Javier; Cavía, María Ángeles; Canteli, Mario Mañana
October 2011
DYNA - Ingeniería e Industria;oct/nov2011, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p508
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