Which markets represent the best opportunities for your exports ... or the worst? Researching potential markets begins with understanding trade patterns in the international marketplace.
- Imports & Exports by Country and Commodity - U.N. Statistics
- Country-by-country imports by commodity (Example: Australian imports of soap, tires, etc.)
- Country exports by commodity (Example: German exports of soap, computers, etc.)
- Importers by commodity (Example: countries importing cardboard, auto parts, etc.)
- Exporters by commodity (Example: countries exporting cardboard, auto parts, etc.)
Analysis By Industry Sector:
Travel and Tourism Industries
Other U.S. Government Resources:
U.S. Agricultural Trade Statistics
Ag-specific trade statistics and evaluation tools offered by the Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
U.S. Trade and Industry Data
The Office of Trade and Economic Analysis (OTEA) collects and analyzes international and domestic trade data and produces a variety of reports on U.S. exporters and export markets.
Economic and trade data for countries in the European Union.
OECD Economic and Trade Statistics
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) publishes a variety of international trade statistics and reports.
U.S. Census Bureau Foreign Trade Statistics
Current and historical trade statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Bureau of Economic Analysi (BEA)
Bureau of Industry Trade and Analysis