International Trade Statistics 2008

"International Trade Statistics 2008" offers a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in world trade, covering the details of merchandise trade by product and trade in commercial services by category. Les mer
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"International Trade Statistics 2008" offers a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in world trade, covering the details of merchandise trade by product and trade in commercial services by category. Each chapter is introduced by a highlights section that identifies the most salient trends in the data and illustrates them with numerous charts and maps. There is also a methodological chapter that explains essential concepts and definitions used in compiling the statistics, and an appendix with detailed data on trade by region through 2007. This year's edition expands the coverage of merchandise trade, including new tables on exports and imports of food and fuels by selected economies. All data used in the publication, as well as additional charts not included in the book, can be downloaded from the WTO web site at stat.wto.org. With these additions, "International Trade Statistics 2008" will continue to serve as an invaluable reference for researchers, policy makers, and anyone interested in international trade.

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I. WORLD TRADE DEVELOPMENTS - WORLD TRADE IN 2007

1(36)




Overview

7(1)




Trade by region

8(4)




Leading traders

12(4)




Bilateral trade of leading traders

16(7)




Regional trade Agreements

23(7)




Least-developed countries

30(4)




Foreign affiliates trade in services

34(3)




II. MERCHANDISE TRADE BY PRODUCT

37(82)




Overview

43(5)




Agricultural Products

48(11)




Food

54(5)




Fuels and mining products

59(5)




Fuels

60(4)




Manufactures

64(55)




Iron and steel

71(3)




Chemicals

74(3)




Office and telecom equipment

77(21)




EDP equipment

83(5)




Telecommunications equipment

88(5)




Integrated circuits and electronic components

93(5)




Automotive products

98(6)




Textiles

104(8)




Clothing

112(7)




III. TRADE IN COMMERCIAL SERVICES BY CATEGORY

119(56)




overview

125(1)




Transportation services

126(4)




Travel

130(5)




Other commercial services

135(24)




Communications services

139(2)




Telecommunications services

140(1)




Construction

141(2)




Insurance services

143(2)




Financial services

145(2)




Computer and information services

147(3)




Computer services

149(1)




Royalties and licence fees

150(2)




Other business services

152(3)




Personal, cultural and recreational services

155(4)




Audiovisual services

157(2)




IV. METADATA





Composition of geographical and economic groupings

159(4)




Definitions and methods

163(8)




Merchandise trade

163(3)




Exports and imports

163(1)




Products

163(2)




World trade network

165(1)




Merchandise trade of selected major traders by product, region and major trading partner (Appendix tables A18 to A28)

165(1)




Merchandise trade in balance of payments statistics

165(1)




Trade in commercial services

166(3)




Trade in commercial services between residents and non residents of an economy

167(2)




Foreign affiliates trade in services statistics

169(1)




Other definitions and methods

169(2)




Annual changes

169(1)




Prices

169(1)




World merchandise trade indices

169(1)




World production

169(1)




World gross domestic product

170(1)




Re-exports and reimorts

170(1)




Specific notes for selected economies

171(2)




Merchandise trade statistics of the European Union

171(1)




Egypt's export processing zone

171(1)




Trade of South Africa with SACU (South African Customs Union)

171(1)




Major breaks in data continuity of merchandise trade

171(1)




Trade in insurance services of the United States

172(1)




Travel exports and transportation services exports and imports of Japan

172(1)




Trade in other commercial services of India

172(1)




Trade in commercial services of United Arab Emirates

172(1)




Statistical sources

173(2)
Appendix175(62)
World maps237