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R. P. Vcherashnyi ; Federation Inst. of Ind. Inf. & Feasibility Studies, Moscow, Russia

Describes industrial information, which is information about industrial and consumer products, new technologies, and the engineering decision-making process. Today, in addition to the two information centers from the Soviet era, there are about 70 local information centers and more than 10,000 databases in Russia. The main potential information customer is the Russian government. The August 1991 coup, which led to wide-scale privatization, sharply reduced government subsidies to information centers. The production of information in a computer-readable form is now a large business, but creating this information remains a long and difficult process

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IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 2 )