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- BEA FY2013 Budget Impacts (PDF)
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About the Director
Recent Blogs & FAQs
- How would special and accelerated dividends affect the national income and product accounts in the fourth quarter 2012?
- I usually file the BE-15 annual survey. What is the difference between the BE-12 and the BE-15?