Jun. 14--DATABASE LINKS LIBRARY TO WORLD TRADE: A computer database on international trade that costs subscribers several thousand dollars a year is now available free at the Richland County Public Library.
The World Trade Atlas, which is produced by Columbia-based Global Trade Information Services Inc., was given to the library by The Columbia World Affairs Council.
The program, developed by Global Trade founder and president Don Brasher, gives users easy access to what otherwise would be reams of information on trade flows between the United States and more than 200 countries.
For example, the program allows the user to sort data alphabetically by …