World Trade Organization (WTO)


The World Trade Organization (WTO) is a global international organization dealing with rules of trade between nations. WTO publishes statistics on global trade flows, imposed tariffs, and regional trade dynamics.

Example topics covered:

  • Trade dependencies between countries

  • Tariff rates and structures set by countries on imports

  • Export and imports for merchandise and commercial services

Key Attributes

Geographic Coverage


Entity Level

Country, Country Group, Global Regions (e.g. UNICEF, UN, World Bank Regions)

Time Granularity

Annual, Monthly, Quarterly - Varies depending on variable

Release Frequency

Annual, Monthly, Quarterly - Varies depending on variable


Since December 31, 1949

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The data is sourced specifically from the WTO's International Trade Statistics, Tariff Indicators (Applied), and Bilateral Imports indicators.

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Tables & Sources

Cybersyn Products

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The data in this product is sourced from the World Trade Organization (WTO).

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