Saturday, March 06, 2010's Borderbuster e-Newsletter

If you missed yesterday's 98th edition of's monthly e-newsletter, Borderbuster, you missed a really good Q&A about how to access international trade stats. Here it is for your benefit:

Q: To Ask The Expert,

Where's a good place to search for U.S. import or export statistics?

A: Our recommendations are:

The U.S. Census Bureau, Foreign Trade

International trade and tariff data

International Trade Centre, International Trade Statistics

There are a couple of good places online that provide specific import-export trade data and other global intelligence for a fee. Conduct a Google or Bing search on key words "import-export trade data" or "international trade data," for they are sure to pop up.

And it can't hurt to take a look at some things going on here.

Posted by: Laurel Delaney, The Global Small Business Blog

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