This Handy Map Details Each Country’s Biggest Export
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Ever wonder what your home country exports out to the world the most? What about a neighboring country or political ally? The Bank of America Merrill Lynch put together this comprehensive map showing what each country is best known for exporting. The information comes from 2014 data collected by the CIA World Factbook. The map does not include services exported to other countries. The color coded nature of the map lets us visually identify some pretty important global market trends.
The comprehensive report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch includes more than just this map. It shows operational robotics usage in other countries. The report details which nations boast the highest concentration of Facebook and Twitter usage in the world. It even breaks down the best-selling artists in each of London's boroughs. (We're still not sure how that one plays out compared to the rest of the maps.)
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Other related trade data Dataset web page | Released 12 August 2022 Other UK trade data related to this publication. These include trade in goods for all countries within the UK, monthly export and import country-by-commodity trade in goods data, and revisions triangles for monthly trade data.
A harmonized code is a six-digit code used by customs officials to document the commodities entering and exiting the country. All import and export codes are based on the Harmonized System (HS) of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS). Virtually all countries base their tariff schedules on this system, making it easier to conduct international trade. Every imported or exported item is assigned a classification code (Harmonized Code) that corresponds to its product type. These numerical codes are used by countries worldwide for statistics-gathering purposes. They also determine which tariffs, if any, will be applied to the product. Additionally, foreign trade regulations require exporters to include the correct classification code on export documentation. 2b1af7f3a8