Business questions at the reference desk
Company & industry information, NAICS numbers, consumer spending, demographics, statistics… What does it all mean? Where do you find business information? Google gives you lots of sites that ask for money. Where can you find this information in an economy strapped for cash?
FedStats – gateway to government statistics
Globalis maps and data based on United Nations census data
United Nations: Commodity
Trade Statistical Database - International statistics
Go to Comtrade >analytical tables >>International Merchandise Trade Statistics
Go to Part 2 >Miscellaneous >>men’s and boy’s outer wear.
LexisNexis Academic– Company Snapshots,
RIA Checkpoint – RIA Academic Advantage Library - Tax Accounting research
STAT-USA - a service of the U.S. Department of Commerce, provides access to authoritative business, trade, and economic information from across the Federal Government. Fees: Educational site license $850.00 per year
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