U.S. International Trade Library Grows to 1.5 Million Pages

International Trade, What's New
HeinOnline Blogger

The U.S. International Trade Library is a comprehensive library that comprises multiple resources in one area for easy access.  The library contains USITC publications for 1961-2014, Legislative Histories, CFR Titles 15 and 19, U.S. Code Titles 15 and 19, Scholarly Articles on International Trade and other works related to international trade — all in one collection.  Together, these resources feature the exchange of goods and services between the United States and other nations, as well as the history of Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930.  This collection brings together more than 1.5 million pages' worth of content.

Among the new additions to the Library are:

These new additions include over 500,000 pages since the collections original release in 2012!

In addition to the growth of the various resources in the U.S. International Trade Library, we have also added hundreds of new documents to our USITC Publication Archive.

The recent growth of this collection is due in part to the donation of over 300 missing documents from Ann Sloane of Kelley Drye & Warren, LLP.

Of the 4,400+ publications available from the USITC Archives our HeinOnline collection is now down to only 134 missing documents.  A full list of these missing documents which includes USITC publication number in addition to the title is available here.  If you have copies of these missing documents available and are willing to lend them to use to complete our archives, please contact Shane Marmion at smarmion@wshein.com.

We are grateful to Ms. Sloane and her firm for their generous donation. We depend on customers to keep growing our collections, so we thank you for helping us to improve our products.

Not a subscriber? Request a quote or trial to this valuable collection or to learn more, contact our Marketing Department at (800) 828-7571 or marketing@wshein.com.

Check out the collection today, it's an invaluable resource for the international trade researcher!