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How can I find worldwide import and export data?

Last Updated: May 20, 2015  |  186 Views
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For US foreign trade, use Foreign Trade Statistics from the US Census Bureau.

Passport: Global Market Information Database enables you to build a table of historical export and import activities between two nations:

  • Select "Foreign Trade" from the left-hand menu under the heading "Search Countries & Consumers."
  • Select a variable (e.g. "export by destination," "export by commodity," "import by origination," "import by commodity")
  • Select two countries and run the report to see your data displayed in a table.

World Development Indicators from the World Bank also provides import/export statistics.  Use the "Find an Indicator" search box to find your data series.

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