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Towards resilient and sustainable food industry in Qatar: a global carbon footprint analysis of a trade before and after the embargo

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Duration : 2017 - 2018
Department : Industrial and Systems Engineering Qatar University, Doh
Project Focus : Food trade, logistics, MRIO analysis, carbon footprint, embargo
Sponsor : Qatar University
Amount : 42, 000


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