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This guide to European Economic Community Single Market Program information sources appears to be the most comprehensive sourcebook on this timely and important topic and is designed to help executives in their decision making and development of business plans. Treatment is quite thorough; divided into five parts, the guide includes lists of European Economic Community contacts, information sources and where to obtain them, and even an outline for a plan of action. The overview section discusses vital topics such as business promotions, funding sources, European monetary system, history of the European Economic Community, and a description of lawmaking bodies and the legislative process. Part 2 provides a summary of the business climate in each European Economic Community member state. Individual country profiles deal with currency exchange, business establishment, investment, labor law, taxation, and more. The last three sections on sources by topic and by industry will prove especially helpful. Sources cited include associations, agencies, documents, periodicals, and databases. As a one-stop guide to all aspects of the European Community, this work is recommended for business reference collections in special, large public, and academic libraries. It will serve both as an excellent tool for collection development and research. (This reviewer has not seen the indexes.)-- Lisa K. Miller, American Graduate Sch. of International Management Lib., Glendale, Ariz.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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