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Trade Data Center

One-stop shop for searchable trade databases, case lists & more

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Other Resources for Trade Data

U.S. International Trade Commission DataWeb
A database of U.S. import and export data with the capacity to drill down to specific products and countries.

Bureau of Economic Analysis – International Services Data
View breakdowns of services trade by type and country

Bureau of Labor Statistics
Data on number of jobs in specific industries and locations across time.

Census Bureau Foreign Trade Division
Another source for U.S. import and export data.

Economic Policy Institute – Trade Analysis
Look up estimates of the job impacts of unfair trade policy

International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes
Many investor-state cases from NAFTA and bilateral investment treaties are brought here. Browse its database of cases.

Investment Treaty Arbitration: Newly Posted Awards, Decisions and Materials
A database of U.S. import and export data with the capacity to drill down to specific products and countries.

U.N. Commodity Trade Statistics Database
Useful for examining trade flows between countries other than the U.S.  Contains 1.7 billion data records starting from 1962.

U.S. International Trade Commission Tariff Database
View U.S. tariff rates.

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