Greenland and Chinese outbound investments

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Greenland and Chinese outbound investments. / Mouyal, Lone Wandahl; Mortensen, Bent Ole Gram; Su, Jingjing.

In: Advances in Polar Science, Vol. March, No. 1, 2017, 04.01.2017.

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Mouyal, LW, Mortensen, BOG & Su, J 2017, 'Greenland and Chinese outbound investments', Advances in Polar Science, vol. March, no. 1, 2017.

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Mouyal, L. W., Mortensen, B. O. G., & Su, J. (Accepted/In press). Greenland and Chinese outbound investments. Advances in Polar Science, March(1, 2017).

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Mouyal LW, Mortensen BOG, Su J. Greenland and Chinese outbound investments. Advances in Polar Science. 2017 Jan 4;March(1, 2017).

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Mouyal, Lone Wandahl ; Mortensen, Bent Ole Gram ; Su, Jingjing. / Greenland and Chinese outbound investments. In: Advances in Polar Science. 2017 ; Vol. March, No. 1, 2017.

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