GALCEAVA, Ioan B.; GRAMA, Grigore
February 2013
Romanian Statistical Review;2013, Issue 2, p79
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the intensive activities organized within the National Institute of Statistics to provide dissemination during 2013 for statistical data and information to all the categories of users. The activities include the Catalogue 2013-Statistical publications and services, the Catalogue of statistical publications 2013, and the Order-statistical publications. It provides comparison between the activities, their elaboration by the INS, and how they are all welcome by the users.


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