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Today the U.S. Census Bureau released additional data from the 2012 Economic Census Industry Series reports, including new data for the transportation sector on pipeline transportation.
This data series publishes national statistics for detailed industries as well as information on the product lines sold by or services provided by businesses. The economic census is conducted every five years and provides a comprehensive and detailed profile of the U.S. economy, covering millions of businesses representing more than 1,000 industries and providing unique portraits of American industries and local communities.
These new data showed that:
The data from the 2012 Economic Census (as well as historical information from the 2007, 2002, and 1997 economic censuses) are available on the Census Bureau's American FactFinder tool. Reference information about the economic census, including a data release schedule, is available on the 2012 Economic Census home page.
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