Ceim


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Ceim

An obsolete Irish unit of length approximately equivalent to 62.5 centimeters.
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Enfin, dans le dernier chapitre, Mathieu Ares (chercheur au CEIM), jette un regard critique sur les Maquiladoras au Mexique, dont le defi au cours des prochaines annees est de soutenir la concurrence des produits chinois.
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