Business

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ABI / INFORM Global

Publication coverage: 1971 -

Business database containing the full text of thousands of sources, including essential scholarly journals, trade magazines, company news and reports.

Business Source Premier

Publication coverage: 1886 - present

IBISWorld

Canadian, U.S. and global industry sector research reports. Search by keyword or browse by sector. Reports include competitors, SWOT, market size and growth statistics.

Passport by Euromonitor International

International market research on consumer industries, economies, countries and companies. Provides country demographics and economic conditions; consumer lifestyle profiles; sales volume, value and forecasts for retail products, major brands and companies.
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