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Basic programming Environment for interactive-graphical Applications, from Siemens-Nixdorf.
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Whitman, a member of the Bureau of Economic Analysis Advisor Committee and a professor of public policy and business at the University of Michigan, addressed the issues of residence versus ownership in the following context: "The question of whether the residency or the ownership concept is more relevant to the distinction between `domestic' and `foreign' goods and services has been on the radar screen at least since the early 1990s.
Landefeld is the Director of the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
But the Bureau of Economic Analysis last week estimated that its similar price index for structures rose 4.
Table 1 Change in Basic Industry Labor Income, 1995-2000, Gallatin County Millions of 2001 Dollars Change 1995 2000 1995-2000 Agriculture and Related $23 $23 $0 Mining and Transportation 29 29 0 Federal Government 36 42 6 Trade Center 78 99 21 Nonresident Travel 74 108 34 State Government 114 147 33 Selected Manufacturing 68 99 31 TOTAL $422 $547 $125 Sources: Bureau of Business and Economic Research, The University of Montana-Missoula, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis release of April 24, 2001, reported "the slowdown in the fourth quarter reflected a substantial deceleration in net earnings, which grew 1.
Triplett is chief economist at the Bureau of Economic Analysis (U.
of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis, the Southeast region's gross state product grew by 4.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) is pleased to provide a detailed article that formally presents the inaugural version of our health care satellite account.
In 2003, construction net earnings continued to out-grow other sectors, according to national statistics compiled by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Steven Landefeld, director of the Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis, said that could be explained by last year's run-up in the stock market, which reduced the need for some households to save.
The presentation is the most comprehensive to date on the underserved banking market, pooling data from white papers, six government agencies, two private companies, and industry, including the National Income and Product Accounts, the US Census American Community Survey, the Bureau of Economic Analysis Local Personal Income, the US Census Public Use Microdata Sample, and the Survey of Consumer Finances.
Earlier this year, the Bureau of Economic Analysis began publishing regular quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) by industry statistics to shed more light on the industrial composition of economic growth.

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