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.
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See also:Economic research and analysis
Includes "bound" rates agreed by WTO members, as well as "applied" rates
The WTO "Made in the World Initiative" (MIWI) portal with access to the OECD-WTO Trade in Value Added (TiVA) database.
Imports and exports of goods, aggregated or individually by product and/or country
I-TIP Goods information on non-tariff measures (NTMs) applied by WTO members in merchandise trade.
Exports and imports by service sector and/or country. Information from I-TIP Services.
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Bulk download of trade data
This facility allows users to download the main trade statistics datasets in their entirety in compressed csv (comma separated values) format
Tariff Download Facility
Simpler, standardized tariff statistics, mainly for downloading
Tariff Analysis Online
Sophisticated detailed and interactive tariff analysis
Regional trade agreements
Preferential trade arrangements
A single entry point for WTO information on trade policy measures covering both tariff and non-tariff measures affecting trade in goods as well as information on trade in services
The WTO's Environmental Database (EDB) contains all environment-related notifications submitted by WTO members as well as environmental measures and policies mentioned in the Trade Policy Reviews of WTO members.
The TFA Database provides a variety of statistical analyses of the TFA notifications received and on the progress towards full implementation of the TFA. It contains Member profiles pages with an in-depth analysis per country amongst other features.
Trade and tariff maps
A wide range of statistical indicators are available (e.g. trade per capita, exports, average tariff).
An annual compilation of trade statistics has been produced by the WTO and its predecessor Ś the GATT — since 1952.
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