What is a white paper, a yellow book, a blue book, a green book, a red book, a red book, a black book

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  1. The white paper is a specified report that is officially formulated and released by the official formulation.
    The blue book is a comprehensive research report completed by a third party.
    The green paper is a research report on optimism.
    The red paper is a research report on crisis warnings.
    The Yellow Paper has been generally published by the governments such as the old China and France in the past. Because of the use of yellow seal, it has this name.
    Hungary published the book "Public Audit" in 1949. The Hungarian version and Russian version are claimed to be black books. Certainly call the Yellow Paper. Black Books in Israel in 1967 were rare internationally. Because "Blackbook" usually refers to "blacklist" or "record" in English, English countries avoid using black books.

  2. The government or parliament of some countries published a document publicly published by a major issue. What color is the cover of its cover?

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