Public documentation/information centres, Other Management

Public documentation/information centres:

Established from public funds, these may not be self- supporting financially. In developing countries, documentation and information centres are set up usually under the aegis of government agencies and they may be attached to or associated with special libraries. They may or may not be accessible to general public.  

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