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Imf direction of trade statistics
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The IMF publishes a range of time series data on IMF lending, exchange rates and other economic and financial indicators Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS ). IMF eLibrary Data - IMF DataMapper - IMF Finances - IMF Data Sources. In national accounts, the exports and imports series include goods and services whereas in DOTS, exports and imports only include merchandise goods. 24 Jan In March , the IMF published an upgrade of its Direction of Trade Statistics ( DOTS) dataset. This paper documents the new methodology.
21 Aug imf/Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS) The Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS) presents current figures on the value of merchandise exports and imports disaggregated according to a country's primary trade partners. Area and world aggregates are included in the display of trade flows between major areas of the world. IMF - Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS). Abstract. Provides data on the country and area distribution of countries' exports and imports by their partners. The Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS) database provides data on countries' exports and imports. Available through the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Part of the UK Data Service (UKDS), IMF Direction of Trade Statistics provide monthly data from onwards for the value of trade between each country and . IMF Direction of Trade Statistics, -. A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is assigned to each international database every time there is an update to the data . The IMF's Direction of Trade Statistics contains monthly, quarterly, and yearly data on countries' exports and imports, broken down by individual trade partners. The IMF Database "Direction of Trade Statistics" (DOT) has recently been added to the FIW-Database and is now available via hellscanyonjrrodeo.com The Database. It provides statistics at national, provincial and local levels, industrial and census data, themed atlases and maps, and much more. The IMF's Direction of Trade.