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Our database contains historical and forecast bilateral trade data broken down by country (or region), commodity, and trade concept. Historical data from 2000 and forecasts through 2030 (quarterly updates, annual frequency).
Countries and Regions
Total global trade broken down into 106 countries and regions (241 countries and territories for containerized trade measured in TEUs)
201 commodity categories are mapped to SITC and HS categories
16 value and volume indicators covering key transportation modes and seaborne cargo types
US Airport Module
Top 30 US airports with forecasts for airborne metric tons
World Economy and Trade Trends (quarterly)
Global macroeconomic view of the trade and transportation space, highlighting trade demand, commodity prices, transportation modes, cargo types, quarterly forecasts, historical data and trade forecast revisions
Recap of the prior week’s trade and transportation events, focusing on trade relations and regulations
Macroeconomic Summary (75 countries)
Main macroeconomic drivers for World Trade Service forecasts, forecast revisions, economic outlook and assumptions
On-demand access to our team of economists and country analysts
|What is the size of my trade and transportation market?
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|By providing trade breakdown by country, commodity and mode, World Trade Service can be used to size and forecast a variety of markets.|
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|World Trade Service shows you if trade growth and volumes are strong enough to support transportation infrastructure investments.|
|How should I allocate my ships? Is now a good time to order new vessels?||The bi-lateral layout of World Trade Service data allows you to measure volume levels and growth along specific trade routes and to position your fleet to capture emerging volumes.|
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