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News & Updates:
‘If both sides don’t think there is a deal, there’s no deal.’; FDA-approved edible cotton could help meet global protein demand; U.S. officials struggling to quantify the value of digital activities; Global growth prospects weighed down by trade uncertainty.
Fed weakens bank requirements; U.S.-China trade talks started off on positive note; Senate will vote to reverse Trump healthcare, tax, and environmental changes; Push for FASC to work for whole-government; California proposes new data privacy rules; Import prices rise 0.2%
White House signs off on licenses for Huawei business; China trade talks resume Thursday with U.S. weighing escalation options; Plan in place to prevent tech giants from dodging taxes; EPA set to announce new lead standards in water; Consumer prices unchanged in September; Jobless claims fall unexpectedly.
28 Chinese firms added to U.S. blacklist over human rights violations; China tones down expectations for trade talks; Federal deficit hits $984 billion; New NAFTA deal promising amid impeachment drama; Trump looks to insert U.S. tech regulation in trade agreements; Producer prices unexpectedly fell in September.
Trump’s China-Biden investigation proposal invites political blowback; Barr asked Facebook to delay encryption plan; Trump accused of infringing on states rights with environmental policy; Supreme Court agrees to hear Louisiana abortion case; Trade deficit widens to $54.9 billion: more than expected.
Export.gov brings together resources from across the U.S. Government to assist American businesses in planning their international sales strategies and succeed in today’s global marketplace.
Quick link to all Import/Export Data by industry: http://export.gov/tradedata/eg_main_018547.asp
International Trade Administration: Office of Trade & Industry Information
The Office of Trade and Industry Information (OTII), as part of the International Trade Administration, seeks to provide a solid foundation of trade and industry data to support the development of national trade policies.
- Global Patterns of U.S. Merchandise Trade
- Product Profiles of U.S. Merchandise Trade with a Selected Market
- Global Patterns of a State’s Exports
- State-by-State Exports to a Selected Market
- Export Product Profile to a Selected Market
Quick link to ITA Statistics page where you can find statistics on the U.S.’s top trading partners, a U.S. Trade Overview, the Exporter Database, and State Trade Reports: http://www.trade.gov/mas/ian/tradestatistics/index.asp
Quick link to Data Analysis page where you can search trade data industry: http://trade.gov/data.asp
Quick link to OTII page: http://www.trade.gov/mas/ian/otii/index.asp
National Marine Fisheries Service
The Office of Science and Technology is part of the National Marine Fisheries Service (abbreviated “NMFS” and informally known as “NOAA Fisheries”). The Office advocates and ensures the sound scientific basis for NOAA Fisheries science programs and resource conservation and management decisions. The Office is responsible for the National Fisheries Statistics program, including the publication of Fisheries Statistics of the U.S. and Fisheries of the U.S., and management of the Scientific Publications Office.
The Fisheries Statistics Division of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has maintained a foreign trade data base for many years. We have developed a series of programs that can be used to summarize U.S. foreign trade in fishery products for the years 1975 to present. You can summarize the kilos and dollar value by your choice of years, products, countries, and the type of trade.
Quick link to Trade Data page: http://www.st.nmfs.noaa.gov/st1/trade/index.html
Quick link to OST home page where you can access Recreational and Commercial Fisheries Statistics: http://www.st.nmfs.noaa.gov/index
U.S. Census Bureau: National Trade Data
Foreign 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’re 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. Data are compiled in terms of commodity classification, quantities, values, shipping weights, method of transportation (air or vessel), state of (movement) origin, customs district, customs port, country of destination, and whether contents are domestic goods or exports.
U.S. Census Bureau: State Trade Data
Export and Import data by state. Data include:
- The top 25 commodities for each state, classified by 6-digit Schedule B code.
- The top 25 trading partner countries for each state.
- Annual data, 2009 - 2012