Us Free Trade Agreements Map

Trade Treaties Map is a multilingual web tool that provides information on more than 270 multilateral and trade-related commercial contracts. It was designed primarily to help policy makers and ISTs optimize their country`s legal framework for international trade. But LegaCarta is also a global public good of the ITC, open to all and of particular interest to lawyers, lawyers, law professors, researchers, PhD students and university students. The ITC has developed a database that is a single point of contact for the more than 750 multilateral trade agreements that are currently effective worldwide. At the country level, the multiplicity of international agreements makes it difficult for policy makers to decide which treaties should be ratified, which contracts should be ignored and which have greater influence on improving the national/regional business environment. The global database includes: The E15 initiative advocates strategic solutions to improve the efficiency of trade and investment systems to promote sustainable development. The tool explores the themes covered in all E15 documents and links them together to create potential political synergies for policy makers and key influencers. The World Trade Organization`s database on preferential trade agreements (EEA) contains information on non-reciprocal preferential trade agreements implemented by WTO member states. Here is a list of the free trade agreements that include the United States. In parentheses, the abbreviation, if any, membership, unless indicated in advance, and the date of entry into force. UNCTAD statistics collect a series of data collected from national and international sources from 1948.

The database contains more than 150 indicators of international trade, economic trends, foreign direct investment and non-traditional indicators such as trade in creative goods and services and trade in information and communication technologies. The IMF provides access to trade and investment data through the following databases: Directorate of Trade Statistics (DOTS), Balance of Payments Statistics (BOPS) and International Financial Statistics (IFC). The data cover all 188 IMF members from 1948 onset and include transnational trade flows, international economic transactions and the international investment positions of member states.