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BEA

(formerly) abbreviation for
(Aeronautics) British European Airways
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Ana Aizcorbe and David Wasshausen, Bureau of Economic Analysis, "BEA Deflators for Information and Communications Technology Goods and Services: Historical Analyses and Future Plans"
Leonard Nakamura, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Research Department; Jon Samuels, Bureau of Economic Analysis; Rachel Soloveichik, Bureau of Economic Analysis.
8% Manufacturing 9% Transportation 10% Federal Civilian 12% Malmstrom AFB 40% Sources: Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of Montana: Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) reported that the personal saving rate was 4.
With this update, net output ratios are based on 2002 Input-Output Account data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) of the U.
According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, "it remained unchanged from the second quarter which had been boosted by economic stimulus payments and was the weakest for the nation since the first quarter of 1994.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis released its final data for GDP growth for the first three months of the year last week and found that it registered at 1%, above its preliminary estimate of 0.
economy, contributing more than $452 billion in Gross Domestic Product through the third-quarter of 2006, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Federal officials recently indicated Medicaid spending nationwide has dropped this year for the first time since the program was created, USA Today reported Sunday, citing federal Bureau of Economic Analysis figures.
Bureau of Economic Analysis explains, "We don't do that kind of accounting.
The Tax Foundation derives its figures to estimate Tax Freedom Day from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, and its tax figures don't take into account many government "fees" and other hidden taxes.
Tom has over 30 years of experience and accomplishments in three Federal statistical agencies--the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the Social Security Administration, and the Internal Revenue Service.

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