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gate 4/96 December 1996
GATE in Deutsche
Gesellschaft fTechnische Zusammenarbeit
(GTZ), GmbH
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Roland Seifert

Editors: Norbert Glaser Michael Gardner
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Cover pboto: Growth is taking its toll on the environment in South East Asia. Access to information is crucial in this context.
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Focus in this issue:
Werner Kossmann

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