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Trademap
ITC’s world trade statistics database with data from 220 countries and territories and 5300 products of the Harmonized System. Trade data is also available at the tariff line level for more than 120 countries and on a quarterly and monthly basis for more than 50 countries.  fleche

World Integrated Trade Solution
Major international trade and tariffs data compilations: UN COMTRADE (Commodity Trade) database maintained by the United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD); TRAINS (Trade Analysis Information System) maintained by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD); IDB (Integrated Data Base) and CTS (Consolidated Tariff Schedule) databases maintained by the World Trade Organization (WTO).  fleche

SourceOECD
SourceOECD is the online library of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. It offers access to the full text of the books, periodicals and statistical.  fleche

stat@unece
Statistical database maintained by the Statistical Division of the UNECE Secretariat. It provides detailed statistical information on countries in Europe, North America and Central Asia. Data are organized by domains and subject or policy areas.  fleche

National Statistical Offices Websites
Links to national statsics websites of most major United Nations members. Prepared by the United Nations Statistics Division.  fleche

Global Production.com
Comparative information on the potential and performance of 25 emerging economies as locations for global sourcing and production.  fleche

Focus Economics
Provider of economic intelligence for Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas (+70 countries). FocusEconomics is based in Barcelona, Spain, and is supported by an extensive global network of analysts.  fleche

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Arts and Crafts in Zimbabwe

Beekeepers target over 400k litres of honey

Export Regulations trimmed down

Exporter of the Year Award Winners

Horticultural Sector set for major revival as COLEACP comes back to Zimbabwe  

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