Department of Commerce (DOC)

What does the Department of Commerce do?  The mission of the Department of Commerce is "to create the conditions for economic growth and opportunity." It monitors economic growth, exporting, international business trade, global climate, political economy, and often presents statistics.  You will find official publications relating to each of these market segments within this essential grouping of products. 

Here are a few official resources that often top the list for freqent requests:

A Basic Guide To Exporting: Official U.S. Government Resource for Small and Medium Sized Businesses 11th Edition

Fishery Bulletin quarterly print subscription  oldest and most prestigious marine fishery science journal in the United States 

Annual print subscription Harmonized Tariff Schedules and classifications

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Population Trends Along the Coastal United States: 1980-2008
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Population Trends Along the Coastal United States: 1980-2008

Population Trends Along the Coastal United States: 1980-2008

Poverty in the United States: 2002
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Poverty in the United States: 2002

Poverty in the United States: 2002

Current Population Reports Series: Population Characteristics; Special Studies; and Consumer Income
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Current Population Reports Series: Population Characteristics; Special Studies; and Consumer Income

Current Population Reports Series: Population Characteristics; Special Studies; and Consumer Income

Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management, 2013
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Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management, 2013

Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management, 2013

Current Population Reports: Series P-70, Household Economic Studies
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Current Population Reports: Series P-70, Household Economic Studies

Current Population Reports: Series P-70, Household Economic Studies

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