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The "Trade Shifts" report has been suspended until further notice.

:: Interactive Tariff and Trade DataWeb


* March, 2015 trade data are now posted. Our practice is to update Dataweb as soon as possible after the Census Bureau releases monthly trade data, generally within three business days.

Notice: The import and export data on Dataweb for 2010-2013 have been updated as of July 3, 2014 based on the latest official revisions from the Census Bureau (the first official revisions for 2014 data will not be available until June 2015). For the years prior to 2010, Dataweb will continue to show import and export data as originally issued by the Census Bureau with no revisions.

The USITC Interactive Tariff and Trade DataWeb provides U.S. international trade statistics and U.S. tariff data to the public full-time and free of charge. All trade data are compiled from official data retrieved from the U.S. Bureau of the Census (an agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce). When using these data, the Commission suggests that the following citation be used: U.S. International Trade Commission Interactive Trade DataWeb (USITC DataWeb), using data retrieved from the U.S. Bureau of the Census (accessed [date data retrieved from DataWeb]). All tariff data are from the U.S. International Trade Commission, and should be so cited with an access date.

U.S. import statistics, U.S. export statistics, U.S. tariffs, U.S. future tariffs and U.S. tariff preference information are available on a self-service, interactive basis. The USITC DataWeb responds to user-defined queries integrating international trade statistics with complex tariff and customs treatment, and allows both expert and non-expert users to create and save customized country and product lists for future re-use from anywhere in the world.

International trade data are available for years 1989- present on a monthly, quarterly, annual, or year-to-date basis and can be retrieved in a number of classification systems, including the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS), the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC), or the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). Pre-defined reports on international trade statistics are also available by geographic region and partner country. Current U.S. tariffs, which are maintained and published by the USITC as a statutory responsibility, can be accessed via the USITC DataWeb, and retrieved with relevant international trade data.

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