World Trade Week, which occurs during the third full week of May, was established in 1935 by President Roosevelt and is recognized annually (since 1948) by presidential proclamation.
Census.gov / Business and Economy / International Trade is the official source for U.S. export and import statistics and responsible for issuing regulations governing the reporting of all export shipments from the United States. If you are searching for import or export statistics, information on export regulations, commodity classifications, or a host of other trade related topics, this is the place to get the information you need.
From the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis:
NOTE: The image above is cropped at the bottom. Click on the image for the full release. For information on data sources and definitions, go to the explanatory notes in this release, or at <www.census.gov/ft900> or <www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm>. The March 2023 report (FT‐900) releases on May 4, 2023.
From Census.gov / Business and Economy / International Trade:
Note: A U.S. Census Bureau podcast providing an overview of the International Trade Indicator Program and the vast export and import data available. (Run time is 19 minutes, 14 seconds.)
From Business and Economy > International Trade:
After you create an account, select options for Harmonized System (HS) or HS, select Exports or Imports, type COMMODITY in the Commodity search box, then select options for geography and time. Select Report for data. More information can be found in the Quick Start Guide.
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