Exports inch ahead in first quarter

June 1994
Publishers Weekly;6/6/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 23, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in American book exports in the first quarter of 1994 according to figures released from the United States Department of Commerce. Sales to Canada and other countries; Imports in the quarter; Biggest importers.


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