Official Books of Countries

Official Book or Bluebook is a term often referring to an almanac, buyer’s guide or other compilation of statistics and information. The term dates back to the 15th century, when large blue velvet-covered books were used for record-keeping by the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The OED first records such a usage in 1633. The term has a variety of other meanings.

The Blue Book of Building and Construction was a yellow pages-like buyers guide of company information targeted towards commercial construction, first published in 1913. The guide contains information on architects, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, and other companies relevant to the commercial bidding and build process. The hardbound book was retired in 2016 and subsequently replaced by a bi-annual regional magazine called the Who’s Who in Building and Construction. The prior content of the hardbound book is now completely online and called The Blue Book Network. The company which publishes the information is Jefferson Valley, New York-based Contractor’s Register.

List of Official Books of Various Countries:

OFFICIAL BOOKCOUNTRY
Blue BookReport by the British Government
Green BookGovernment of Italy and Iran (Persia)
Grey BookJapanese and Belgium Government
Orange BookGovernment of the Netherlands
White BookOfficial publication of Germany, Portugal and China
White Paper(Shwet Patrika)Issued by the Government of India
Yellow BookIssued by the Government of France
Economic SurveyMinistry of Finance(Government of India)
Report on Currency and FinanceReserve Bank of India
Wholesale Price IndexMinistry of Industry
National Accounts StatisticsCentral Statistical Organisation

 

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