Historical bilateral trade data

An online resource for international trade data and economic complexity For historical SITC classification data (1962 - 2000), we use data from The Center for Product Trade between Origin and Destination Country by Year (bilateral)  Trade Map - free access to world trade data (on a monthly, quarterly and yearly basis) by country, product and service, to the most detailed level.

Historical data are available from 2000 to the most recent month year-to-date and can be detailed by individual country, trade & economic group, or geographic region and tabulated using various product classification systems: NAICS (up to 6-digits), HS (up to 10-digits), SITC (up to 5-digits), End-Use Category (up to 5 digits), or Hi-Tech UN Comtrade Database Free access to detailed global trade data. UN Comtrade is a repository of official international trade statistics and relevant analytical tables. View Trade Statistics by Country including trade summary, exports and imports by partner and products along with tariff and development indicator. Trade and tariff data. The WTO provides quantitative information in relation to economic and trade policy issues. Its data-bases and publications provide access to data on trade flows, tariffs, non-tariff measures (NTMs) and trade in value added. Improving User Experience from WTO Statistical Outputs. The World Integrated Trade Solution (WITS) tool accesses and retrieves information on trade and tariffs which is compiled by several international organizations, including the World Bank. WITS allows you to quickly obtain summary trade and tariff related information without having to execute queries. This data set tracks total national trade and bilateral trade flows between states from 1870-2014. This data set is hosted by Katherine Barbieri, University of South Carolina, and Omar Keshk, Ohio State University. View international trade statistics by country or region to obtain the following (i) country or region's overall exports, imports and tariffs (i) details of exports and imports with various partner countries along with partner share and Most Favored Nation (MFN) and Effective Applied Tariff (AHS) tariffs imposed.

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This data set tracks total national trade and bilateral trade flows between states from 1870-2014. This data set is hosted by Katherine Barbieri, University of South Carolina, and Omar Keshk, Ohio State University. View international trade statistics by country or region to obtain the following (i) country or region's overall exports, imports and tariffs (i) details of exports and imports with various partner countries along with partner share and Most Favored Nation (MFN) and Effective Applied Tariff (AHS) tariffs imposed. The origins and history of the collection of import and export data in the United States. bilateral trade patterns. Statistics for over 95 percent of all commodity transactions are compiled from records filed electronically with Customs and forwarded as computer tape files to the Census Bureau. Statistics for other transactions are compiled A Brief History of International Trade Agreements. which greatly aided the British carry trade and made permissible the reciprocal removal of import duties under bilateral trade agreements International Trade Data Sources. USA Trade Online, our free international trade database. This software allows users to create customized reports and colorful charts detailing international trade data at different levels. All data are updated each month with the release of the latest U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Report. World Trade Flows, 1970-1992, with Production and Tariff Data Robert C. Feenstra, Robert E. Lipsey, Harry P. Bowen. NBER Working Paper No. 5910 Issued in January 1997 NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment Program This paper describes two databases dealing with world bilateral trade flows: the World Trade Database (WTDB) assembled by Statistics Canada, which contains bilateral

International Trade Data Sources. USA Trade Online, our free international trade database. This software allows users to create customized reports and colorful charts detailing international trade data at different levels. All data are updated each month with the release of the latest U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Report.

The Canadian International Merchandise Trade (CIMT) online database offers detailed export and import trade data using the Harmonized System (HS)  Bilateral statistics are critical to understanding global resource trade, but the HS nomenclature has evolved historically as a pragmatic and comprehensive 

The Canadian International Merchandise Trade (CIMT) online database offers detailed export and import trade data using the Harmonized System (HS) 

This document provides a detailed description of the Historical Bilateral Trade and Grav- ity Data set (TRADHIST) that was put together for Fouquin and Hugot  The data include information on both bilateral trade flows and total national imports and exports. The dyadic trade dataset describes import and export data in 

The Canadian International Merchandise Trade (CIMT) online database offers detailed export and import trade data using the Harmonized System (HS) 

The Canadian International Merchandise Trade (CIMT) online database offers detailed export and import trade data using the Harmonized System (HS)  Bilateral statistics are critical to understanding global resource trade, but the HS nomenclature has evolved historically as a pragmatic and comprehensive 

Bilateral statistics are critical to understanding global resource trade, but the HS nomenclature has evolved historically as a pragmatic and comprehensive  that existed had generally been negotiated on a bilateral basis. Trade FIGURE 3.2 U.S. trade-weighted tariffs on dutiable imports and historical periods, 1930– 2008. Source: USITC staff compilation from U.S. Dept. of Commerce statistics. MERCHANDISE TRADE PERFORMANCE WITH MAJOR TRADING PARTNERS, 2019. NET IMPORTERS. NET EXPORTERS. Exports. Imports. 0. 10. 20. 30. 40.