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Visit of Nam Duck Woo, South Korean Prime Minister, to the CEC

Gaston Thorn, President of the CEC, and Wilhelm Haferkamp, Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs, Credit and Investments, received Nam Duck Woo, South Korean Prime Minister.
Visit of Nam Duck Woo, South Korean Prime Minister, to the CEC
Nam Duck Woo, Gaston Thorn and Wilhelm Haferkamp in discussion (in the background, from ...
Reference: P-001534
Date: 10/09/1981
Visit of Nam Duck Woo, South Korean Prime Minister, to the CEC
Nam Duck Woo, Gaston Thorn and Wilhelm Haferkamp in discussion (from left to right)
Reference: P-001534
Date: 10/09/1981
Visit of Nam Duck Woo, South Korean Prime Minister, to the CEC
Gaston Thorn, Nam Duck Woo and Wilhelm Haferkamp, from right to left
Reference: P-001534
Date: 10/09/1981

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Visit of Nam Duck Woo, South Korean Prime Minister, to the CEC
Visit of Nam Duck Woo, South Korean Prime Minister, to the CEC
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Date: 10/09/1981



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