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Chapter 16. FINDING LOCAL INFORMATION ON... > Finding Information for Groups of Co...

Finding Information for Groups of Countries

Sometimes you don't want to do research on a single country, but rather get comparative information on several countries at once. To do that you should employ the Principle of Mass Similar. You can apply it to international searches, too. In this case let's say you want to get search results about exports, focused on Asia. Apply the Principle of Mass Similar and include several Asian countries in your query along with the simple keyword “exports.”

Japan Korea China Mongolia Malaysia exports


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