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         Mexico Economic & Business Statistics:     more books (100)
  1. Jalisco lows: After a strong run over the past several years, tequila's home state is adjusting to rougher economic times for its key industries. (Regional ... Included): An article from: Business Mexico by John Hecht, 2001-10-01
  2. MEXICO.(economic indicators)(Illustration): An article from: America's Insider
  3. MEXICO.(economic aspects): An article from: America's Insider
  4. Economic condition of New Mexico counties (Business information series) by Betsie Kasner, 1977
  5. Economic status of New Mexico counties (Business information series) by James R Voet, 1975
  6. United States-Mexico Border Statistics Since 1900 (Statistical Abstract of Latin America, Supplement Series)
  7. Plain Facts About Mexico; The Country, States and Cities, the People, the Resources, Government and Statistics by George Jotham Hagar, 2010-07-24
  8. The 2000 Import and Export Market for Rice in the Husk or Husked in Mexico (World Trade Report) by The Rice in the Husk or Husked Research, The Rice in the Husk or Husked Research Group, 2001-01-05
  9. The 2000 Import and Export Market for Semi-milled or Wholly Milled Rice and Broken Rice in Mexico (World Trade Report) by The Semi-Milled or Wholly Milled Rice an, The Semi-milled or Wholly Milled Rice, et all 2001-01-05
  10. The 2000 Import and Export Market for Fresh and Chilled Fish Fillets in Mexico (World Trade Report) by The Fresh and Chilled Fish Fillets Resea, The Fresh, et all 2000-12-29
  11. The 2000 Import and Export Market for Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Swine Meat in Mexico (World Trade Report) by Chilled And Frozen Swin The Fresh, Frozen Swine Meat Research Group, 2000-12-29
  12. The 2000 Import and Export Market for Live Animals Chiefly for Food in Mexico (World Trade Report) by The Live Animals Chiefly for Food Resear, The Live Animals Chiefly for Food Research Group, 2000-12-29
  13. The 2000 Import and Export Market for Live Horses, Asses, Mules and Hinnies in Mexico (World Trade Report) by Asses The Live Horses, Asses, Mules The Live Horses, et all 2000-12-29
  14. The 2000 Import and Export Market for Live Sheep and Goats in Mexico (World Trade Report) by The Live Sheep and Goats Research Group, The Live Sheep, et all 2000-12-29

1. New Mexico Economic Development Department -
business development services, community profiles, film office, and International trade information.Category Regional North America economic Development...... Services Resources ePort New mexico Permits and statistics Buildings and Sitesfor business Location NM
Welcome to the Technology State. The purpose of this web site is to acquaint you with our state as a place to do business - truly a center of growth for technology intensive industry. If there is any information you cannot find or if you need assistance, please contact us . We would love to hear from you.
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Featured Sections About the EDD Office of the Secretary Economic Division NM Film Office International Trade Science and Technology Border Authority Space Commercialization Contact Information Vision Plan Annual Report Strategic Plan Factbook Site/Building Inventory Export Trade Summary

2. Economic Census
business and economic statistics Section of the American Statistical Association 2003 International Symposium on Forecasting. Merida, mexico. June 1518, 2003
Start here 2002 Economic Census
What's New for '02

Sample '02 forms

Information kit
Latest Results
'97 Information
History (pdf)

GIQ Symposium

Sample '97 Forms

Slide Shows
... Writer's Toolkit Questions? Ask Dr. Census Related sites NAICS Business Expenses Outlying Areas Commodity Flow ... Minority/Women- Owned Business The 2002 Economic Census is Underway! The Economic Census profiles the US economy every 5 years, from the national to the local level. 2002 Economic Census forms were sent to 5 million businesses in December. The forms ask for information about business activity during calendar 2002. Sample forms are on-line. The forms were due back February 12, 2003. If you have received a form , get help at If you write for a business audience, help promote the 2002 Economic Census 1997 Economic Census Data Data for all sectors (drill-down) Statistics about businesses with paid employees: 1997 data by NAICS U.S., states, counties, and metro areas

3. State And County Demographic And Economic Profiles
Associations, departments, institutes and databases have been listed by the University of Florida's Department of statistics. economics and business Administration, Department of Finance and statistics National Institute for statistics and economic Studies
DataMaps has been improved and is now
State and County QuickFacts!
Please select and bookmark the following URL: Last Revised: Thursday, 17-May-2001 16:10:47 EDT
Census 2000
Subjects A to Z Search Product Catalog ... Home

4. LSU LibrariesBusiness Resources
starting a business, technical resources for business, and business statistics anddata. TOP. New mexico economic Development business topics such
East (U.S.)


North (U.S.)

Site Selection
West (U.S.)
East (U.S.)
AdvantageWest (Western North Carolina Economic Development)
Information about various business opportunites including agribusiness, film production, and tourism.
Cincinnati Business Information Center
Locate information about Cincinnati-based businesses, economic environment and demographics, commercial real estate, financial institutions, information about the city, and international contacts.
Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development
Access the Connecticut Economic Information System (jobs, income, population, housing, exports), town profiles, and the Connecticut Economic Digest
Delaware Economic Development Office
Information about business and workforce development, business finance, business research (i.e. state data center), tourism office, and the film office. Also access the newsletter Delaware Economic Developments
Jefferson County Development Authority, West Virgina
Locate information about sites and maps, demographic and economic characteristics, the quality of life, and incentive programs.
Maryland (University of) Eastern Shore Rural Development Center
The Center "assists in public development projects that carry out approved economic development conversion strategies" for the nine-county eastern shore of Maryland. Site contains information about revolving loans, grant writing, product promotion, heritage tourism, project grants, and technical assistance.

5. Statistics And Demographic Information
American Indian Population 2000; Consolidated Federal Fund Report, New mexico; Cityof Santa Fe County business Patterns (1999); 1997 economic Census, Summary
Santa Fe Public Library
Home Page
SFPL's Catalog Internet Starting Points Government Information ...
Statistics and Demographic Information

6. Business Resources
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce; 2002 New mexico Small business Profile; New mexicoeconomic Indicators; statistics from Santa Fe economic Development, Inc.
Santa Fe Public Library
Home Page
SFPL's Catalog Periodicals Internet Starting Points ...
Stocks and Securities

7. Best Reasons To Move To New Mexico
congratulates New mexico organizations for achievement in performance excellence.Rio Rancho economic Development Corp. Rio Rancho statistics, business expansion
Microfinance organization dedicated to helping low-income entrepreneurs. Albuquerque Economic Development
Statistics and facts about Albuquerque business and lifestyle, about the AED, Alliance member Albuquerque Technology Incubator
Supports technology-based economic development American Chamber of Commerce Research Association
Research for community and economic development Building Interests, Inc.
Commercial property statistics and studies Bureau of Business and Economic Research
About the bureau, partnerships, and publications Economic Development Department
Information and services for New Mexico businesses and communities; Vision Plan for New Mexico Enchantment Land Certified Development Company
A non-profit organization offering competitive long-term loans with low down payments to finance such assets as buildings, land and machinery. National Association of Industrial and Office Properties
National organization, local chapters, events, property listings, other resources

8. Best Reasons To Move To New Mexico
of New mexico Services for home and business, investor information, PNM news. RioRancho economic Development Corp. Rio Rancho statistics, business expansion
Albuquerque Economic Development
Statistics and facts about Albuquerque business and lifestyle, about the AED, Alliance member Bureau of Business and Economic Research
About the bureau, partnerships, and publications City of Albuquerque
Community calendar, city services, department listings; Albuquerque A-Z City of Belen
Tourism, economic development, Chamber members, city, relocation City of Rio Rancho
City development, City Hall, community, environment, library City of Santa Fe
City homepage, telephone listings, news, public information, city departments, city council New Mexico Economic Development Department
Business Internet solutions, services, Eport, communities, film, starting a business, financial assistance, free trade, incentives ePort New Mexico
Database for license and permits, new business information

9. Bernalillo County, New Mexico Economic Statistics
Bureau of business and economic Research (BBER), University of New mexico. BernalilloCounty Home Page County Departments Hot News!
New Mexico

This publication contains frequently requested information on population, personal income, employment, wages, poverty, industry and occupational forecasts and educational data. The information is based on data available from a wide range of sources
Large Employers Albuquerque

Employers larger than 50 employees in Bernalillo, Sandoval and Valencia Counties
New Mexico Occupational Wage Survey

2001 edition New Mexico


Job Hunter's Guide
designed to serve a variety of users with many different needs. New Mexico Jobs for College Graduates A Job Hunters Guide for College Graduates Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER), University of New Mexico Bernalillo County Home Page County Departments Hot News! This page was created by the cooperative efforts of the Economic Development Office and the Information Technology Department on July 26, 2001 legal stuff

10. Manhattan Chamber Of Commerce - New York City, New York Chamber Of Commerce
economic Evolution and Short Term Perspectives for mexico. the site for the US business,economic and trade The economics and statistics Administration, ESA has

11. ASA Section On Business And Economic Statistics
Statistical Society and the business and Economics UPCOMING CONFERENCES Eastern EconomicAssociation Annual Conference on Forecasting Merida, mexico June 1518
Chapters Committees Sections Home
The Business and Economic Statistics Section
  • Greetings from the Section Chair, Dr. Dolores Conway. Access the conference website for more information as it becomes available. A list of candidates for the 2003 Officer Elections are available. The following section members were elected Fellows of the American Statistical Association this year: Fred Faltin, Ed Melnick, Sastry Pantula, Peter Schmidt, Bill Wei. Congratulations to these five this recognition of your contribution to statistics.
  • The recipient of the 2002 Zellner Thesis Award in Business and Economic Statistics was officially announced at the Section's Business Meeting at the 2002 Joint Statistical Meetings in New York City : Arie Beresteau for the Northwestern University thesis "Nonparametric Estimation of Supermodular Regression Functions with Applications to the Telecommunications Industry". An honorable mention was awarded to Govert E. Bijwaard for the Free University (Amsterdam) thesis "Rank Estimation of Duration Models".

12. New Mexico
economic statistics New mexico. Locating Articles. Electronic Indexes DatabasesSearch business and economic Databases for fulltext or citations to relevant
Parish Homepage Libros Web Catalog UNM Gen. Library Inter-Library Loan Librarian
Susan C. Awe, 505-277-4789
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  • Search Business and Economic Databases for full-text or citations to relevant articles.
  • Check the LIBROS Web Catalog to see if the Library owns the journal. Check the Full Text Finder to see if the Library subscribes to a journal electronically. Electronic Journals
  • Web Resources

    ELECTRONIC INDEXES AND DATABASES Remote access is available to UNM users unless otherwise noted.
    Online catalog of the UNM General Library collections. To search for books by subject using LIBROS, choose Subject, and use terms from the Library of Congress Subject Headings such as the following:
    • New Mexico commerce
    • small business New Mexico
    • New Mexico retail
    • New Mexico economic conditions
Specialized Databases
EBSCOHost-Business Source Elite
Over 1,000 business and management sources, of which 600+ are

13. Latin American Business And Economic Resources
key international newsletters covering business, economic political debt and resourceflow statistics for individual and South America, mexico, the Caribbean
Parish Homepage Libros Web Catalog UNM Gen. Library Inter-Library Loan Librarian
Carolyn Mountain, 505-277-0818
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14. Progress NM Home Main
and business data offering the foremost information on New mexico business. Havingimmediate access to the best economic and business statistics is essential
Published since 1934 PROGRESS has served New Mexico and El Paso business communities with complete and concise economic and business trends and data. Albuquerque National Bank and then Sunwest Bank originally sponsored PROGRESS until 1997. Harold Morgan has edited the publication since 1981. As bank acquisition and mergers marked the end of bank publication, Morgan took over ownership of PROGRESS PROGRESS now delivers news and data offering immediate impact on business decisions with a doubled frequency of 25 issues per year.
Concise and complete trend analysis and business data offering the foremost information on New Mexico business.
Having immediate access to the best economic and business statistics is essential to those who are making important business decisions.
PROGRESS provides up-to-date important information that impacts your business and your bottom line.
mission is to produce a newsletter that will continue to be the foremost source on New Mexico business. Specializing in trend analysis and business data, PROGRESS offers special tables and complete zoning reports from Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces.

15. International Web Links
to assist US firms doing business in mexico. mexico's Ministry of Finance andPublic Credit Start here for current and historical economic statistics.
Business Information Center Tucson-Pima Public Library Search Business Web pages
International Trade
This page lists useful web links about exporting, international trade, and NAFTA. Also on this page:

International Directories
Arizona Export
Trade shows, seminars, and other export assistance is provided from the Arizona Export Council and the U.S. Department of Commerce Commercial Service. For more information, also contact the Tucson Export Assistance Center at 670-5540. GlobalEDGE
Excellent international trade portal. Includes statistical resources and company directories. This site is developed by the International Business Center at Michigan State University. Export Pricing System
International Organization for Standards

The mission of ISO is to promote the development of standardization and related activities in the world with a view to facilitating the international exchange of goods and services, and to developing cooperation in the spheres of intellectual, scientific, technological and economic activity. International Trade Statistics/ U.S. Census Bureau

16. 2002 Economic Census: Economic Census Program
official business statistics in the United States, Canada and mexico. It providesover 1,100 detailed (industry) classifications that can describe any economic
e.g., RT-45202
Quickly access sample forms , information sheets and FAQs by form. Example
Q's and A's

Industry Information

Electronic Reporting

Online Requests

General Information

Key Dates

New for 2002
Census Program ... Glossary Classification Forms Classification FAQs Classification Forms Legal Contact Us ... Site Map Related Sites NAICS 1997 Economic Census You are here: Home About the Economic Census
Economic Census Program
This section summarizes information about why, how and which businesses are covered in the Economic Census, provides links to more specific coverage information, and includes information about census-related programs.
Economic Census Coverage
Economic Census coverage is virtually economy-wide. It includes businesses that produce 84 percent of all U.S. goods and services. These business activities take place at some 23 million separate locations, and in more than 50,000 localities, nationwide. To conduct the Economic Census, the Census Bureau obtains information about each of these businesses every 5 years, summarizes it by kind of business and geographic area, and publishes more than 1,700 printed and electronic data products.

17. 1997 Economic Census Volume 1, NAICS Report Series And Volume 2, Special Series
Includes economic Census of Outlying Areas owned and womenowned business statistics,business expenses, and $400 (International, includes Canada and mexico).
1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS, VOLUME 1, NAICS REPORT SERIES AND VOLUME 2, SPECIAL SERIES Availability: CS-E97-NAIX-17-US1 Series of cumulative CD-ROM products available only as a subscription. NOTE: All discs in subscription have been released.
  • Volume 1, NAICS Report Series . Includes standard geographic and subject reports from the 1997 Economic Census plus the 1998 Annual Survey of Manufactures. Details on content below . Issued quarterly (some discs multi-part). Disc 1F, the last in the series, contains all files released on discs A-E.
  • Volume 2, Special Series . Includes Economic Census of Outlying Areas (Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico), bridge tables between the Standard Industrial Classification and the new North American Industry Classification System, minority-owned and women-owned business statistics, business expenses, and more. Details on content below . Disc 2D is latest and last in the series.
Price: $200 (Domestic)/$400 (International, includes Canada and Mexico). CD-EC97-SUB. Windows-based software. Files are stored in .mdb (Microsoft Access) format. The software permits user to export to ASCII flat or delimited, export to spreadsheet of database formats and export to HTML format.

18. Service Sector Statistics
Canada, and mexico to provide new comparability in statistics about business activityacross North America. Click here to obtain 1997 economic census data on
Transportation and Warehousing
    Service Annual Survey: Program Overview Frequently Asked Questions Survey Questionnaires
      Notice of Change: Beginning with the 1999 survey year, data will be published on a North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) basis for 1999 and 1998. The 1998 survey year was the final year the U.S. Census Bureau published data for its annual service surveys using the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) System. These SIC based data are not comparable to NAICS. NAICS was developed jointly by the United States, Canada, and Mexico to provide new comparability in statistics about business activity across North America. Click here to obtain 1997 economic census data on an SIC basis. The following URL contains detailed information about NAICS and provides a comparison of the SIC and NAICS systems: Full Report Selected Service Industries Latest Data Archived Reports Selected Contents NAICS Sector NAICS 48/49 Transportation and Warehousing Latest Data
      2000 E-commerce Multi-sector Report: E-Stats (First official snapshot of e-commerce for key sectors of the economy)
      Service Annual Survey: Reliability of Estimates
      Annual Service Surveys: Archived Reports
      1997 Economic Census
      1997 Vehicle Inventory and Use Survey:
      1997 Commodity Flow Survey:
      North American Transportation Highlights ...
        Introduction: This summary report provides key statistics on passenger travel, freight activity, transportation safety, and transportation energy use for Canada, Mexico, and the United States. It was developed under the framework of the North American Transportation Statistics Interchange, representing the transportation and statistical agencies of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, and was produced by the

19. Trade Information Database
mexico Information Center. mexico business Information. The Mexican Economy.mexico economic statistics. mexico Social Demographic statistics.

20. WSU Stewart Library - Country Guide:  Mexico
The mexico handbook economic and demographic maps and statistics Reference Table9B G1545.P5 1994; Doing business in mexico HF3238.U5E54 1997; Doing business
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For more resources on international business practices, visit the International Business Resources or Country Guides Information
  • Development and equity in Mexico: an annotated bibliography Business operations in Mexico Reference Table 12B KF6289.A1T35
    Heavy accounting and tax focus. The Mexico handbook : economic and demographic maps and statistics Reference Table 9B G1545.P5 1994

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