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Number of Identified Exporters to Syrian Arab Republic from Alabama (ALSYRA475SCEN)
Observation:
2016: 1 (+ more)Updated: Jun 26, 2018
2016:  1  
2015:  1  
2014:  1  
2013:  1  
2012:  1 
Units:
Number of Firms,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
AnnualNumber of Identified Exporters to Syrian Arab Republic from Alabama
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Number of Identified Exporters to Syrian Arab Republic from Alabama
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Title  Release Dates  


Number of Identified Exporters to Syrian Arab Republic from Alabama  20150814  20171205 
Source  


U.S. Bureau of the Census  20150814  20171205 
Release  


Number of Exporters and Known Value for All Countries on a StatebyState Basis  20150814  20171205 
Units  


Number of Firms  20150814  20171205 
Frequency  


Annual  20150814  20171205 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20150814  20171205 
Notes  


This data series illustrates the movement of exports from the given state to the given country. A missing observation can mean two things. First, missing observations can appear because no exports were made to the listed country that year. Secondly, it could signify a low number of exporters thus giving away proprietary data away.

20150814  20171205 
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