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AustralAsia,

United Kingdom

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Benelux

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Netherlands

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China

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Germany/Switzerland

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Maritime Media

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Italy

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Japan

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Korea

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Kwangwhamun P.O. Box 1916, Seoul, Korea

Tel:+82 2 739 7840; Fax: +82 2 732 3662

Scandinavia

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September 2001

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Guidebook • Ship's Store: Boatbuilding Buyer's Guide •

Country Focus: Eastern Europe

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