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This guide contains links to government sites dealing with all areas of business, accounting, economics and marketing.
Last Updated: Sep 4, 2015 URL: http://guides.library.missouristate.edu/content.php?pid=652057 Print Guide RSS Updates

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      Government Documents are official publications of government agencies.  You may be asked to include a government document or webpage in your research papers because they are considered "Primary Resources".  This means that it is original research or an event witnessed by someone involved in the event or who personally witnessed the event.  These include, statistical studies, environmental reports, laws and regulations, diplomatic correspondence and other official records. 

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