Visualize Trade through Word
View list of exporting and importing countries, bigger the country name larger the export or import.
Integrated Trade Solution (WITS) was developed
by the World Bank in collaboration with the United Nations Conference on Trade
and Development (UNCTAD) and in consultation with organizations such as the
International Trade Center, the United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD), and
the World Trade Organization (WTO).
users to access trade, tariff, and non-tariff data in a variety of ways. It is
divided into the following sections.
Stats on Trade: Indicators of trade, tariffs, non-tariff, and development in a
derived from official data sources are known as analytical databases. The Global Preferential Trade Access Database (GPTAD) is a
database that contains information about preferential trade agreements around
the world. Look at various preferential trade agreements.
WITS: Using the underlying trade and
tariff data, create your own trade statistics and indicators. The software also
includes capabilities for simulating single and multi-market tariff cuts.
Use Trade Stats to obtain
summary trade and tariff-related information without having to execute a query.
Key information that can be obtained include:
importing and exporting countries
- Top products that are
exported and imported by countries
- Tariffs imposed by
countries for merchandise trade
- Trade indicators, such as
Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA), World Growth, Country growth, and others
- Top export and import
partners for countries
- Top products exported by
- Development Indicators such
as GDP, GNI per capita, Trade balance as a percentage of GDP and others