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World Trade Atlas® — U.S. State Export Edition Online

Announcing the most detailed source of U.S. State export data!

The World Trade Atlas® U.S. State Export Edition Online is the fastest way to access official state export data using the Harmonized System (HS) Schedule B Commodity Classification.

A joint effort by the U.S. Census Bureau's Foreign Trade Division and Global Trade Information Services, Inc., this monthly website contains offical statistics on virtually all goods exported from each state (and U.S. territory) to every country around the world.

The World Trade Atlas® U.S. State Export Edition Online delivers a bonanza of timely information on U.S. exports based on a product's state of "origin of movement" into the export market.

Here's what's available to you on this website:

  • Data on products exported from each of the 50 states and the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, to more than 240 countries worldwide.
  • U.S. export products at the two-, four-, or six-digit level from the HS Schedule B Commodity Classification.
  • Total export values based on state, commodity, and country of destination.
  • Export values and shipping weights based on air and vessel transportation.
  • Monthly, quarterly, year-to-date, and annual data back to January 1996.
  • Create your own graphs online.
  • Create and save your own country, state, or commodity groupings.
  • Download your data to a spreadsheet.

Make market research simple with The World Trade Atlas® U.S. State Export Edition Online.

  • Analyze growth trends in state export trade.
  • Identify new markets and evaluate existing ones by method of transportation.
  • Compare one state's trade with that of another on a product or country basis.
  • Find the existing market share of each product.

The easy-to-use website provides you with the flexibility to quickly view data and analyze potential markets for selected products. You can also create detailed reports easily.

With just a few clicks of the mouse, you can:

It's timely, fast, and effective!

Data from the World Trade Atlas® U.S. State Export Edition Online are produced monthly. No other source can provide you with more current information this fast. It makes creating charts and reports easy - just download the data into a spreadsheet file.

Cost (All subscriptions are for one year)
Monthly data $3,600
Quarterly data $2,400
Annual data $1,200
Contact Global Trade Information Services, Inc., 202-546-9217, for information on how to subscribe.


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Source: FTDWebMaster, Foreign Trade Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, D.C. 20233
Created: 27 June 2003
Last modified: 13 July 2011 at 08:23:51 AM