Private documentation/information centres, Other Management

Private documentation/information centres:

They belong mainly to private business enterprises, commercial firms, etc., and serve primarily the interests of their own institutions. In developed countries, most of the documentation and information centres function under private management and along commercial lines. Examples: Institute for Scientific Information, Philadelphia, USA. 

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