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Railroad Construction Expenditures for France

1908: 411.500 Millions of Current Francs  
Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted, A0286EFRA400NNBR, Updated: 2012-08-16 11:41 AM CDT
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Data Cover Only Private Companies Of The Main Systems. For 1871 On, Includes Alsace-Lorraine. Source: Ministere Des Travaux Publics, 1823-81: Alfred Picardin "Les Chemins De Fer Francais" (J. Rothschild , Ed., Paris, 1884), Vol. 4, Table 15, P. 832, Col. 2, 1882-1908:"Revenue Generale Des Chemins De Fer." Computed By NBER By Taking First Differences Of Cumulative Totals.

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