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  • 14-May-2020

    English

    International Trade Pulse, OECD - Updated: May 2020

    Covid-19 related lockdown measures hit international trade hard in March 2020, with evidence emerging of a sharp deterioration in April as demand stalled and supply chains continued to be disrupted. Travel and transport services, in particular, collapsed.

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  • 27-février-2020

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    Statistiques de l'OCDE sur le commerce international : tendances au quatrième trimestre 2019

    Le commerce international de marchandises du G20 a continué de reculer au quatrième trimestre de 2019

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  • 11-février-2020

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    Statistiques sur les échanges internationaux des services

    L'OCDE collecte et diffuse des statistiques annuelles sur les échanges internationaux des services pour tous les pays de l'OCDE, selon les pays partenaires, et détaillées par catégories de services.

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  • 30-January-2020

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    Handbook on Measuring Digital Trade, Version 1

    In response to growing demand for coherent and comparable data on digital trade, in 2017 the Inter-Agency Task Force on International Trade Statistics created an Expert Group, drawn from international organisations, national statistics agencies and central banks, to develop this Handbook.

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  • 3-July-2019

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    Statistical Insights: the ADIMA database on Multinational Enterprises

    Concerns are growing that globalisation may have created a few big winners at the expense of many losers. This has stimulated efforts to analyse how trade can be made to Work for All, for example by focusing on the skills and occupations of affected workers. However, there has been less attention to the gender dimension of globalisation and global value chains...

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  • 11-June-2019

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    Trade by enterprise characteristics data

    Trade by Enterprise Characteristics (TEC) contains international annual trade in goods data broken down by different categories of enterprises.

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  • 15-April-2019

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    Statistical Insights: men’s employment more dependent on trade than women’s

    Concerns are growing that globalisation may have created a few big winners at the expense of many losers. This has stimulated efforts to analyse how trade can be made to Work for All, for example by focusing on the skills and occupations of affected workers. However, there has been less attention to the gender dimension of globalisation and global value chains...

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  • 7-mars-2019

    Français

    Statistiques du commerce international de marchandises

    Un premier objectif du Programme de statistiques du commerce international de l'OCDE est de compiler des séries de base sur le commerce international de marchandises, comparables entre les pays, analytiquement utiles, mises à jour en temps réel et disponibles pour la période la plus longue possible.

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  • 12-July-2018

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    Gender in Global Value Chains: the impact of trade on male and female employment

    Statistics on the role of these different types of firms in Global Value Chains (GVCs) are essential to facilitate policy making and to provide insights in the nexus between international trade, international investment, and production. The OECD has therefore started a work-stream that extends the Trade in Value Added (TiVA) dataset by breaking down industries into new categories of firms, including SMEs and MNEs.

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  • 15-March-2018

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    Statistical Insights: New OECD-WTO data provides coherent and comprehensive view of Global Trade in Services

    Although services account for a growing share of international trade, in-depth (policy) analyses of global trade in services are often hampered by incomplete and asymmetric bilateral statistics. To mitigate these problems, the OECD and WTO, in collaboration with national statistical offices and central banks, have built a coherent and comprehensive global dataset of bilateral trade in services flows.

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