STAT-USA's objective is to provide the public with access to key business, economic, and international trade information in formats that are easy to use and located in a 'one-stop shop.' STAT-USA(r)/Internet is a single point of access for business, economic, and trade-related information from across the Federal government. STAT-USA/Internet consists of two main databases: 1) State of the Nation (SOTN), which tracks the direction of the U.S. economy and provides a repository for statistical releases of economic indicators from a number of federal agencies; and 2) Global Business Opportunities (GLOBUS) & the National Trade Data Bank (NTDB), which includes trade leads, exchange rates, extensive market and country research, and contact databases. USA Trade(r) Online provides access to U.S. merchandise trade data, offering current and cumulative export and import data on more than 18,000 export commodities and 24,000 import commodities worldwide, and also includes port-level data. The annual historic data on USA Trade Online (UTO) are available from 1992 to the present and the monthly historical data are available from January 2002 to the present. UTO allows users to find existing and emerging export markets for products, compare specific product exports with related products, det... read more at CFDA.gov.
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