The Trade-by-Product Databank covers key developed and developing economies with forecasts of bilateral export flows dis-aggregated by sub-sector for the years to 2035. They enable you to see at a glance which trade routes will be growing the fastest and slowest for each industrial segment.
The service draws on Oxford Economics' global modelling framework and is fully consistent with the headline forecasts of bilateral merchandise export flows from our Global Trade Databank. Our forecasts of exports by product are underpinned by our Industry forecasts, which inform future demand and production trends. The forecasts take into account factors such as the growth of key demand components in the destination market and the exporter's competitiveness.
Exports and trade balances are identified for each pair of countries, with historical data generally going back to 1990 and forecasts running to 2035. The service comes with full telephone and email support. The figures, which are updated once a quarter, are annual and shown in US dollars.
What the service includes
- Annual data and forecasts to 2035 of bilateral merchandise export flows dis-aggregated by product for 33 countries.
- For each country, bilateral export flows to each of the other 32 countries in the Databank are identified, together with flows to the major economic blocs and the world.
- Merchandise exports are disaggregated into 67 products, together with some additional granularity for electrical equipment, road vehicles and aerospace.
- Detailed Excel spreadsheets are available: alternatively, the figures can be interrogated and downloaded from our databank, accessed via the internet.
- Quarterly updates ensure that the data and forecasts are always up to date and consistent with our latest global economic forecasts.