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Tables and Charts on International Trade

International Trade and Development


Comparison of Growth of World Exports, Gross World Product, and World Production 1950 - 2001

Since the 1970s, world exports have grown significantly more quickly than both world production and total economic output, suggesting that international trade is increasingly important.

Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements notified to the WTO, updated in 2009

Development and Globalization: Facts and Figures (2008)

Aimed at a broad audience, this United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) publication provides a variety of facts, key figures and statistics on global economy, trade and development.

 
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