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 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.

Global Trade Alert providers users with real-time information on state measures taken during the current global downturn that are likely to affect foreign commerce. The database allows users to search by the type of measure, sector, implementing jurisdiction or affected trade partner.

The DataBank provides users with time series data on trade and investment for all 188 World Bank member countries, from 1960-onwards. Data includes trade flows, tariff rates, terms of trade and foreign direct investment flows.

The Design of Free Trade Agreements (DESTA) database collects data on various types of preferential trade agreements (PTAs) (e.g. customs unions, free trade agreements, economic integration agreements, etc.). Users can search through approximately 790 PTAs with information on sector coverage, depth of commitments, trade integration and compliance from 1947-onward.

WITS provides access to international merchandise trade and market access indicators for 199 countries and 20 pre-defined country groupings from 1962-onward. WITS allows users to retrieve and analyze trade and tariff data; convert data between different nomenclatures (Harmonized System (HS) and the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC)). WITS also includes simulation tool to calculate the impact of tariff changes on trade flows, tariff revenues, and consumer welfare using partial equilibrium modeling tools.

The OECD statistical database provides access to time series trade data for the 34 OECD member countries and their trading partners. The database includes trade flows of good and services, and non-traditional indicators such as trade in intermediate goods and trade in value-added in exports.

The IMF provides access to trade and investment data through the following databases: the Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS), Balance of Payments Statistics (BOPS) and the International Financial Statistics (IFS). The data covers all 188 IMF members from 1948-onwards and covers cross-country trade flows, international economic transactions and international investment positions of member countries.

Eurostat provides users with data on cross-country trade flows of goods and services, value added in exports, and investment for all 28 members of the European Union.

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