Overview

TradeStats Express displays the latest annual U.S. merchandise trade statistics -

It is divided into two main sections: National Trade Data and State Export Data. For each section, the basic tools (for example, choosing product classifications, downloading the data, seeing a print preview) are the same. The links at left will help you use these tools.

The National Trade Data are available as full year totals for 1989 through 2009 and Year-To-Current-Quarter for 2009 and 2010.   "Year-To-Current-Quarter" is defined as January 1 through the last day of the most recent quarter in the system. ( March 31, June 30, September 30 or December 31 for the specified year).  Year-To-Current-Quarter data are not available until First-Quarter 2010 data becomes available.  Data are available for individual countries, trade/economic groups, or geographic regions. You can tabulate these statistics using any of three product classification systems: HS (at two- and four-digit levels), NAICS (up to the four-digit level), or SITC (up to the three-digit level). You can choose to display the data for exports, imports, or balance of trade.

The National Trade Data section offers two options:

The State Export Data are available as full year totals for 1999 through 2009 and Year-To-Current-Quarter for 2009 and 2010.   "Year-To-Current-Quarter" is defined as January 1 through the last day of the most recent quarter in the system. ( March 31, June 30, September 30 or December 31 for the specified year).  Year-To-Current-Quarter data are not available until First-Quarter 2010 data becomes available.  Data are available for individual states or U.S. regions.  You can tabulate these statistics using any of the NAICS classification systems (up to the three-digit level).

State Export Data section offers three options:

 

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