Wednesday, April 26, 2006

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Guide to Finding Business Information at the Library of Congress is a publication that describes selected print resources in accounting, company and industry information, entrepreneurship, international trade, statistics, business education, regional economic information, non-profit organizations and trade associations, and the federal budget and expenditures.For more in-depth treatment of these and other topics, and for information on related Internet resources see the Specialized Business Guides. These are guides to print publications, subscription databases, and selected freely available Internet sites which are useful for researching a variety of business topics. Also of interest are the Subject Guides to Internet Resourceswith links to freely available Internet resources on business and economics topics arranged by subject.


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