financing of benefits intended for the family and their adjustment to the cost of living
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financing of benefits intended for the family and their adjustment to the cost of living Conditions for entitlement to family allowances ; reporter O. Donald. by International Social Security Association. General Assembly

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Published by ISSA in Geneva .
Written in English

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Statementreporter J. Verstraeten ;
SeriesReports / International Social Security Association -- 16-17
ContributionsVerstraeten, J., Donald, Owen D.
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Open LibraryOL19221732M

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