Western and Central Africa
Eastern and Southern Africa
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
ITC Trade Map provides services trade flow information in a user friendly and easily accessible format. Users have access to one of the world’s largest database and can easily examine the performance and dynamics of a country’s export markets for any service.
Trade Map covers trade in services data as collected according to the IMF's Balance of Payments Manual (BPM):
The level of data details varies from country to country, depending on the national collection systems. Most countries report trade in services data broken down by the twelve main categories of the Balance Of Payments (BOP). Some countries additionally report data stretching the BOP nomenclature into the Extended BOP Services (EBOPS) classification, which further details the twelve main BOP categories.
In a joint effort to harmonize international trade in services statistics, the International Trade Centre (ITC), World Trade Organization (WTO) and United Nations Conference for Trade And Development (UNCTAD) publish simultaneously the same yearly trade data in their respective databases.
Trade in services data are accessible in Trade Map without registration via the following links:
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