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National customs, statistics institutions and regional secretariats contributed with their invaluable assistance to the expansion and maintenance of the tariff and trade databases displayed in MAcMap. They provided a large part of the statistical information available through the application.
The International Trade Centre (ITC) applied tariff database offers an extensive coverage of current and historical MFN and preferential tariff rates applied by 191 countries and faced by 239 countries and territories. Information on tariffs is supplemented by additional data on tariff rate quotas (TRQs), trade remedies, such as antidumping and countervailing duties, non-tariff measures (NTMs) and detailed descriptions of the rules of origin associated with specific trade agreements. The ITC Normalized trade matrix provides trade data at the HS 6-digit level and at the most detailed national tariff line, including mirror data for missing years.   
The United Nation Statistical Division (UNSD) Commodity Trade (UN COMTRADE) Data Base that contains Exports and Imports by Commodity and Partner Country. Values are recorded in US Dollars along with a variety of quantity measures. The Data Base includes information for more than 160 countries, some of which have been reporting these types of statistics to the United Nations since 1962. The data are provided according to various six internationally recognized trade and tariff classifications. For more information click here.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Trade Analysis Information System (TRAINS) that contains information on Imports, Tariffs, Para-Tariffs and Non-Tariff Measures for 119 countries. The data on tariffs, para-tariffs and non-tariff measures are available at the most detailed commodity level of the national tariffs (i.e., at the tariff line level). The data are recorded according to three internationally recognized trade and tariff classifications.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) Integrated Data Base (IDB) that contains imports by commodity and partner country and MFN applied and where available preferential tariffs, at the most detailed commodity level of the national tariffs. The Consolidated Tariff Schedule Data Base (CTS) contains WTO Bound Tariffs, Initial Negotiating Rights (INR) and other indicators. The CTS reflects the concessions made by countries during goods negotiations (e.g., the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations). The IDB and CTS are practical working tools and there are no implications as to the legal status of the information contained therein.

The Transparency in Trade (TNT) initiative TNT is a new multi-year program with five major components: (i) tools—MAcMap and WITS (providing access to trade and trade barrier information); (ii) tariff data collection; (iii) non-tariff measures data collection; (iv) so-called trade remedies (antidumping, countervailing duties, safeguard actions); and (v) policies affecting trade in services.
 
  • The African Development Bank will contribute in the area of NTM data collection, capacity building and dissemination in the African region, working with the other partners. In order to make the data collection effort self-sustained and to provide a continuously updated database AfDB will also collaborate with various regional agencies in the Africa region.
  • ITC will lead in collecting tariff data; contribute to collection of data on NTMs and further enhance their Market Access Map tool to serve the needs of exporters, trade support institutions and policy makers especially in developing countries.
  • UNCTAD will lead in coordinating the collection of NTMs data, working with the other partners to divide the burden of this effort; maintain and update the TRAINS/WITS database; and provide training and technical assistance to improve capacity in developing countries, economies in transition and their regional organizations to collect and use these data.
  • The World Bank will lead in collecting data on anti-dumping, safeguards, countervailing duties, and on services trade policies, and work with partners to further enhance the WITS application.
 
 
 
 
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Quick search: Data at the national tariff line level on tariffs applied by more than 190 importing countries and basic comparative statistics.
Non-tariff measures, such as technical regulations, SPS and custom formalities, trade remedies as well as rules and certificates of origin.
yes yes
Advanced analysis: Comparative analysis of multiple products, markets and suppliers as well as reduction simulations for applied tariffs and bound rates. no yes
Raw data download: Download of large datasets. no yes
Country analysis: Tariff averages for broad economic sectors; tariff&trade indicators; trade agreements over time. yes yes
Options: User- defined product and country groups, selectionof default setting such the AVE methodology. no yes
Support materials: User guide, glossary, video tutorials and useful links yes yes
   
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