International Trade by Commodity Statistics

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ISSN :
2074-4005 (online)
DOI :
10.1787/itcs-data-en
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The International Trade by Commodity Statistics database includes detailed data from 1961 for imports and exports by commodity in quantity and value between OECD countries and 264 different partner countries. Products are classified according to the Standard International Trade Classification system (SITC) and Harmonised System (HS).
Also available in: French
Keywords: transport equipment, crude materials, commodity, tobacco, beverages, SITC, exports, statistics, manufactured goods, mineral, import, chemical products, food and live animal
 

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    SITC Revision 3

    This dataset contains values and quantities of exports and imports by partner countries and by commodity. Commodities are available at the most detailed level of the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 3, a statistical classification of the commodities entering external trade, designed to provide the commodity aggregates for purposes of economic analysis and to facilitate international comparisons of trade-by-commodity data. Revision 3 corresponds to the current international standard. Data are expressed in US dollars and are available from 1988 onwards.
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    SITC Revision 2

    This dataset contains values and quantities of exports and imports by partner countries and by commodity. Commodities are available at the most detailed level of the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 2, a statistical classification of the commodities entering external trade, designed to provide the commodity aggregates for purposes of economic analysis and to facilitate international comparisons of trade-by-commodity data. Revision 2 corresponds to the previous international standard. Data are expressed in US dollars and are available from 1961 onwards.
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    Harmonised System 2007

    This dataset contains values and quantities of exports and imports by partner countries and by commodity. The complex nature of the customs and statistical needs require a detailed commodity classification. The Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonised System, or HS), or extended versions based on HS, such as the Combined Nomenclature used by European Union countries, provide such classification, of which Harmonized System 2007 is the most recent. Data are expressed in US dollars and are available from 2007 onwards.
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    Harmonised System 2002

    This dataset contains values and quantities of exports and imports by partner countries and by commodity. The complex nature of the customs and statistical needs require a detailed commodity classification. The Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonised System, or HS), or extended versions based on HS, such as the Combined Nomenclature used by European Union countries, provide such classification. This dataset uses Harmonized System 2002 expressing data in US dollars which are available from 2002 onwards.
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    Harmonised System 1996: All commodities

    This dataset contains values and quantities of exports and imports by partner countries and by commodity. The complex nature of the customs and statistical needs require a detailed commodity classification. The Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonised System, or HS), or extended versions based on HS, such as the Combined Nomenclature used by European Union countries, provide such classification based on the nature of the commodity. This dataset, focusing on all market commodities, uses Harmonized System 1996 expressing data in US dollars, which are available from 1996 onwards.
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    Harmonised System 1996: ICT Goods

    This dataset contains values and quantities of exports and imports by partner countries and by commodity. The complex nature of the customs and statistical needs require a detailed commodity classification. The Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonised System, or HS), or extended versions based on HS, such as the Combined Nomenclature used by European Union countries, provide such classification based on the nature of the commodity. This dataset, focusing on the ICT goods market, uses Harmonized System 1996 expressing data in US dollars, which are available from 1996 onwards.
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    Harmonised System 1988

    This dataset contains values and quantities of exports and imports by partner countries and by commodity. The complex nature of the customs and statistical needs require a detailed commodity classification. The Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonised System, or HS), or extended versions based on HS, such as the Combined Nomenclature used by European Union countries, provide such classification based on the nature of the commodity. This dataset, focusing on the ICT goods market, uses Harmonized System 1988 expressing data in US dollars, which are available from 1988 onwards.
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    ITCS Exchange Rates

    This dataset includes conversion factors used for International Trade by Commodity Statistics datasets. Exchange rates are expressed in US dollars per national currency unit and based on annual exchange rates. To convert trade data from US dollars into national currency, trade data in US dollars should be divided by this exchange rate. Data are available from 1961 onwards.
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