Global Competitiveness of U. S. Environmental Technology Industries: Municipal and Industrial Water and Waste Water

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DIANE Publishing, Jul 1, 1995 - 115 pages
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Analyzes information on the competitiveness of U. S. industries producing environmental goods & services. Compares the export promotion/technical assistance policies of the U. S. in the environmental technology field with those of its principal competitors. Focuses on the industries providing goods & services for municipal & industrial water & wastewater treatment & air pollution prevention & abatement. 30 figures & tables.
 

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