Export.gov is a gateway to trade information from U.S. government agencies, including trade statistics and market research, regulations, and more. It describes the difference between Trade Stats Express and USA Trade online.
Published by the International Monetary Fund. Shows trade between specific countries annually and quarterly. Historical Data: 1948 - 1998 also available online from University of Virginia (easier) or ICPSR for download.
U.S. export and import data for over 18,000 commodities with 240 trading partners, using the Harmonized System (HS) up to the 10-digit level and the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes up to the 6-digit level. See data by districts, states, and ports of entry (ex. St. Albans, VT) .
Statistics from the United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD). Create tables showing trade between countries and regions (ex. developing countries; euro Area; mercosur; etc.). View imports/exports; trade by major product category; commodity prices; trade in services; maritime transport; Most favoured nation rate; international finance; GDP; balance of payments; FDI; exchange rates; migrant remittances; development assistance; demographics...) etc. See the coverage notes for dates.
The United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database. Free access to International Merchandise Trade Statistics. Main database goes back to 1962. Also provides a link to historical data from 1900 - 1960. Download limit of 50,000 per data query.
'...find trade values and quantities for products on various nomenclatures; find tariff rates for products in different markets based on various product classifications; compare tariffs across markets; analyze protection levels for countries and products over time; compare scenarios of changes to applied or bound tariffs; or simulate economic impacts of various market access conditions'
'The WTI database and the country Trade-At-A-Glance (TAAG) tables are organized in five thematic categories, namely TradePolicy, External Environment, Institutional Environment, Trade Facilitation and Trade Outcome.