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These sites contain information about economic data gathered from a variety of sources:
Explore GovDocs: Economics
From the University of Michigan Library, this is a compilation of Internet sites providing economic data.
Provides access to statistical information produced by over 100 Federal Government agencies. FedStats has a topical index and is searchable.
RFE: Resources for Economists on the Internet
RFE is an extensive directory of economics information on the Internet. The section on data provides links to U.S. and international economic data. This site is edited by Bill Goffe, Department of Economics, SUNY Oswego.
Data | The World Bank
The World Bank database includes World Development Indicators (WDI) -- one of the world’s most reliable and comprehensive databases on developing economies--, Doing Business, and many others.
This is a very select list of important provider sites for economic data on the Internet: