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Baltic Sea 2030 - Trends and scenarios. / Liimatainen, Heikki .

The maritime cluster in the Baltic Sea region and beyond. ed. / Kari Liuhto. Vol. 1/2016 Centrum Balticum, 2016. p. 189-203 (BSR Policy Briefing).

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Liimatainen, H 2016, Baltic Sea 2030 - Trends and scenarios. in K Liuhto (ed.), The maritime cluster in the Baltic Sea region and beyond. vol. 1/2016, BSR Policy Briefing, Centrum Balticum, pp. 189-203.

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Liimatainen, H. (2016). Baltic Sea 2030 - Trends and scenarios. In K. Liuhto (Ed.), The maritime cluster in the Baltic Sea region and beyond (Vol. 1/2016, pp. 189-203). (BSR Policy Briefing). Centrum Balticum.

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Liimatainen H. Baltic Sea 2030 - Trends and scenarios. In Liuhto K, editor, The maritime cluster in the Baltic Sea region and beyond. Vol. 1/2016. Centrum Balticum. 2016. p. 189-203. (BSR Policy Briefing).

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Liimatainen, Heikki . / Baltic Sea 2030 - Trends and scenarios. The maritime cluster in the Baltic Sea region and beyond. editor / Kari Liuhto. Vol. 1/2016 Centrum Balticum, 2016. pp. 189-203 (BSR Policy Briefing).

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