District Export Councils go high-tech with Internet

Herman, Nathanael; Burns, Sylvia
November 1995
Business America;Nov95, Vol. 116 Issue 11, p29
Trade Publication
Focuses on Internet's revolutionized information sharing and communication among the District Export Councils (DEC). Ways of use; DEC Internet Home Page; DEC Internet Addressbook; Internet resource guide.


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