As of July 20, 2018, the US has about 5,000 light led stores, which are located in roughly 80,000 public spaces, according to the US Census Bureau.
The majority of these stores are owned by the US Department of Agriculture, which owns about 70 percent of all US light led retailers.
But a new survey of nearly 4,000 people found that in 2019, the USDA plans to consolidate light led retailing, creating a new category of “consumer-facing stores.”
The census also found that light led has a larger share of the US market than light furniture.
The Census also noted that light retailers account for just 5 percent of the total market.
In addition, the Census found that more than half of the light led consumer-facing store are located outside of the urban core, such as in rural areas or in small towns and cities.
The census estimated that the US could have as many as 10,000 small businesses in light led businesses by 2020.
The survey also found a significant number of small businesses owned by individuals, such in-person, online, and online-only stores.
The US Census report notes that small businesses have been struggling in recent years, with an average annual growth rate of 2.5 percent in the first six months of 2018.
The study also found many small businesses are “not taking advantage of the opportunities available to small businesses to increase productivity and profitability.”
As a result, there is “a significant lack of visibility on how to effectively grow small businesses, especially those that are not owned and operated by small business owners,” the Census report noted.
The report notes the growing importance of small business ownership in the US economy, with many of the surveyed respondents describing their small business as a “critical driver” of the economy.
The U.S. Census Bureau released a report last year that found that “small businesses account for less than 3 percent of total business ownership.”
The report also noted there is an increased emphasis on small businesses across the country.
For example, in 2017, nearly half of all small businesses were owned by women.
And, in 2018, half of small-business owners were women.
The 2018 Census report also pointed out that “many of the largest, most successful businesses have a high concentration of women” in their company, including the largest companies in the healthcare industry, finance, and technology sectors.
The Department of Labor and the Census Bureau have released an updated version of the Small Business Ownership Survey, which was published in July.
The new survey found that while women comprised just under 10 percent of businesses owned, they accounted for over 90 percent of owners.
Of the companies surveyed, about two-thirds owned a small business and one-third owned more than one small business.
The largest minority of businesses are owned either by individuals or small business entities, such corporations, partnerships, and other limited liability companies, according the survey.
The number of minority owned businesses decreased slightly between 2016 and 2018, with minority owners comprising just under 7 percent of small companies.
In 2017, there were a total of 5,400 minority owned stores, with only 9,700 stores owned by minority owned owners.
In 2018, there are 8,600 minority owned and owned-by-people businesses, with 1,900 minority owned shops.
Additionally, there have been decreases in minority owned retail, with a decrease in minority stores from 3,900 to 2,700 from 2016 to 2018.
However, the study also noted the continued expansion of minority ownership of small stores.
There are a total number of 8,500 minority owned business in the U. S., but only 9.2 percent of those businesses are small.
As of 2020, the minority ownership rate was 18.2%, with 8.2% owned by minorities and 3.4% owned solely by white owners.
However the number of white owned and/or owned-owned-by businesses increased from 6,200 to 8,400 in the same time period.
According to the report, “there are a variety of barriers that are holding back the growth of minority-owned businesses and other small businesses.”
The US Department in 2017 released the American Small Business Survey.
The department noted that the survey is “designed to provide an accurate snapshot of the U,S.
small business landscape, providing information that can be used to guide policy and regulatory development.”
The survey includes data on “the economic, social, cultural, and demographic characteristics of small firms and businesses.”
It also offers information on the economic, political, legal, and social dimensions of small enterprise, including job creation, economic impact, and the cost of operating.
According the report: The American Small Enterprise Survey (ASES) is an independent, nonpartisan, and voluntary research initiative sponsored by the National Small Business Association.
The ASES provides a snapshot of small, non-corporate businesses and their owners, their operations, their costs, and their employment, business and industry attributes.
The data collected provides important insights into the dynamics of the American economy and the opportunities that small business