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Journal section "Sustainable development of territories, branches, and production complexes"

Development of the White Sea Coast Municipalities

Druzhinin P.V., Kurilo A.E., Moroshkina M.V.

Volume 26, Issue 2, 2022

Druzhinin P.V., Kurilo A.E., Moroshkina M.V. (2022). Development of the White Sea coast municipalities. Problems of Territory's Development, 26 (2), 7–22. DOI: 10.15838/ptd.2022.2.118.2

DOI: 10.15838/ptd.2022.2.118.2

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