Access other RTA Databases

INTrade is run by the Inter-American Development Bank and provides information on integration and trade in Latin American and the Caribbean. The database contains information on trade agreements, export and import data and market access indicators, including tariffs schedules and rules of origin.

The ARIC database is provided by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and gives information on regional cooperation and integration for the 48 ADB member countries. Data includes cross-country trade and investment flows, and trade intensity and export intensity indices from 1990-onward.

The RTA-IS database provides information on RTAs in force, that have been notified, or for which an early announcement was been made to the WTO.

UN Comtrade provides access to cross-country merchandise trade data for 292 countries and/or areas from 1962-onward. The database allows users to convert data between the Harmonized System (HS) and Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) nomenclatures. Users can access UN Comtrade's International Trade Statistics Yearbook, as well as historical data for the years 1900-1960.

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) statistics database provides key data on intra and extra-ASEAN merchandise and services trade, foreign direct investment and other macro economic indicators for the 10 ASEAN member countries.

The Organization of American States' SICE database provides information on trade policy in the Americas, including full texts of trade agreements in force for the 34 OAS member countries, new and ongoing trade policy developments, information on national trade-related legislation, and links to international, regional and national sources of trade policy information.

UNCTAD statistics compiles, validates and processes a range of data collected from national and international sources from 1948-onward. The database contains over 150 indicators on international trade, economic trends, foreign direct investment, and non-traditional indicators such as trade in creative goods and services, and trade in information and communication technology.

The United Nations' services trade statistical database provides users with cross-country data on services trade using the Extended Balance of Payments Services classification (EBOPS). The database covers 198 countries, from 2000-onward.

The International Trade Center (ITC) has developed five online tools (Trade Map, Market Access Map, Investment Map, Trade Competitiveness Map, and Standards Maps) that enable users to identify export and import opportunities, compare market-access requirements, and monitor national trade performance. Statistics include trade, tariff and foreign direct investment data, and national voluntary sustainability standards. The databases are designed to help companies and trade support institutions identify trade opportunities, and help policymakers monitor national trade performance and prepare for trade negotiations.

The World Trade Organization's Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) database provides information on non-reciprocal preferential trade arrangements that are being implemented by WTO member countries.

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