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A new site from the U.S. Chamber Of Commerce offers tools for small businesses.

By Robert J. McGarvey

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce may be a comparatively late entrantto the dotcom world, but ChamberBiz may be good enough tojustify the wait. The site is filled with cool tools, such as asurvey builder that lets you measure employee or customer opinions,plentiful links to government laws, rich resource files on lawsthat matter to small businesses, an "industry watch" thatgathers and organizes stories by business sector (retail, banking,insurance and many others), and lots more.

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