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Thursday, 27th November 2003

Now Available, UK 2004-The Official Yearbook of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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United Kingdom--Statistics
Source: National Statistics Office
Released Yesterday, Full Text, UK 2004 - The Official Yearbook of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
The definitive overview of the United Kingdom in text, tables, maps, charts and (in the hardcopy version) colour photographs. The latest edition includes chapters on government, international relations, defence; education and training, the labour market, social protection, health, crime and justice, religion, culture, communications and the media, sport, environment, housing, planning and regeneration, transport, sustainable development, the economy, public finance, international trade and investment, science, engineering and technology, agriculture, fishing and forestry, manufacturing and construction, energy and natural resources, and financial services. Information on England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland is included throughout, and in separate introductory chapters.
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Wine--United States
Source: The Wine Institute
U.S. Wine Laws and Info
Includes federal wine laws, the Federal Register sections that pertain to wine, ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms) regulations and forms, tax information for all states, California laws and laws from other states, including information on which states permit direct shipment of wine. Also includes contact information and links to the websites of all state Alcoholic Beverage Control Authorities.
See Also: Who Ships Where
See Also: American Vitacultural Areas

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