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Collecting and collating international trade data is a major undertaking because each country uses a different reporting methodology. Yet in today's increasingly integrated global economy, understanding the impact of change on trade flows – whether it's a supply chain disruption or a proposed tariff – can be critical to survival.
That's why governments and companies worldwide turn to the Global Trade Atlas (GTA). Built upon 20 years' of historical data, the GTA is the world's most comprehensive merchandise trade statistics database – with official monthly bilateral trade statistics for 85+ countries and annual data for 200+ countries, representing over 90% of global trade. Whether you are interested in broad trade patterns or specific product and port developments, the GTA allows you to calculate the value, quantity and unit price of merchandise imports and exports at the Harmonized Tariff Schedule level. Moreover, the GTA uses data from the official source of each reporting country, so you can be sure your decisions rely on legitimate and consistent information. Many customers use the Global Trade Atlas as a complement to our PIERS product, which tracks trade at the detailed bill-of-lading level.
Your annual subscription includes unlimited access for all users and connections, with complete training and support from our customer service team whose collective 100+ years of international trade statistics experience ensures you will maximize your content's value.
You can also learn more about GTA in the following languages: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, French, German and Italian.
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