New Databases Cover Japanese Business Information

October 1988
Information Today;Oct1988, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p40
Trade Publication
This article reports on the expansion of access to online business information from and about Japan as of October 1988. The July 1988 Directory, which describes 3,893 databases, up from 3,487 a year ago, identifies a number of online databases providing news and information about Japanese business and society, including corporate finances, cultural developments, economics, education government and law, technology and research, and trade. Among the English-language or numeric databases are the Japan Economic Newswire which covers Tokyo and foreign stock exchange activities, currency exchange data, corporate financial data in a variety of industries, government statements on finance, and procurement information.


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