Analysis, statistics, publications, downloads, links, etc

STATISTICS: INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS 2005

Most frequently accessed tables (Trade by subject)

The complete publication “International trade statistics 2005” can be ordered from the WTO online bookshop or can be downloaded by clicking the links below.

150pxls.gif (76 bytes)
On this page:
> Leading traders
> Geographical region
> Trade by sector and product
> 4 selected traders
> 4 selected traders’ imports
> Regional trade
> LDCs
> Long term trends
> Core data

Copyright:

Permission to make digital or hard copies of any information contained in these web pages is granted for personal or classroom use, without fee and without formal request.

Full citation and copyright notice must appear on the first page.

Copies may not be made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage. To republish, to post on servers, or to redistribute to lists, requires prior specific permission and/or fee.

Any feedback on this page should be sent to statistics@wto.org


Who are the leading traders:  back to top

Merchandise (80KB; opens in a new window) Commercial Services (56KB; opens in a new window)

Do you want the European Union (EU 25) as one reporter?

Merchandise (83KB; opens in a new window) Commercial Services (62KB; opens in a new window)

Interested in a longer time-series?

Merchandise
Exports (244KB; opens in a new window)
Imports (241KB; opens in a new window)
Commercial Services
Exports (271KB; opens in a new window)
Imports (260KB; opens in a new window)

 

Information on trade by 7 geographical regions:  back to top

Merchandise
Exports (60KB; opens in a new window)
Imports (50KB; opens in a new window)
Commercial Services
Exports (54KB; opens in a new window)
Imports (50KB; opens in a new window)
More details by region?

  

Information on trade by sector and product: back to top

Merchandise (54KB; opens in a new window) Commercial Services (chart; 49KB; opens in a new window)
More details by sector and product?

  

Who are their main partners:  back to top

Who they are selling to …   Who they are buying from … 
Canada (71KB; opens in a new window)
United States (75KB; opens in a new window)
European Union (69KB; opens in a new window)
Japan (72KB; opens in a new window)

  

What is happening on the import markets of key traders in some important products?  back to top

Iron and Steel
European Union (69KB; opens in a new window)
United States (69KB; opens in a new window)

IT products (Office Machinery and Telecommunications equipment)
United States (58KB; opens in a new window)
European Union (58KB; opens in a new window)
China (62KB; opens in a new window)
Japan (62KB; opens in a new window)

Automotive products
Canada (62KB; opens in a new window)
United States (62KB; opens in a new window)
European Union (62KB; opens in a new window)
Mexico (62KB; opens in a new window)

Textiles
Canada (75KB; opens in a new window)
United States (75KB; opens in a new window)
Mexico (78KB; opens in a new window)
European Union (78KB; opens in a new window)
China (76KB; opens in a new window)
Japan (76KB; opens in a new window)

Clothing
Canada (71KB; opens in a new window)
United States (71KB; opens in a new window)
European Union (76KB; opens in a new window)
Japan (76KB; opens in a new window)

  

What is happening at the regional level in world merchandise trade?  back to top

Intra and inter-regional trade (49KB; opens in a new window)
Regional integration arrangements (EU, NAFTA, APEC, et al.)  (54KB; opens in a new window)
More details: Regions (51KB; opens in a new window) and RIAs (50KB; opens in a new window)

  

Trade developments of Least-Developed Countries  back to top

What is the importance of goods and commercial services exports in the GDP of least-developed countries? (70KB; opens in a new window)
Merchandise (95KB; opens in a new window) Commercial Services (94KB; opens in a new window)

  

Long-term trends  back to top

Long-term trends — World exports, production, GDP, from 1950 (91KB; opens in a new window)

  

Core data by region and economy  back to top

A lot of the tables in this report are derived from the Appendix tables

150pxls.gif (76 bytes)
You may download these files and view them with any spreadsheet software, or use Quick View Plus or other viewer software for displaying the statistical tables within your browser.

See also:
Guide to downloading files