United States

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In this section Total Trade Statistics of the United States are presented, as well for the total global value of the yarn-textile-garment chain, car industry-automotive spare parts and electronics. It is important to observe there are differences in the statistics on trade in relation to the national source.

For further analysis: Dussel Peters, Enrique (2005). “The case of statistics on trade between China and Mexico: to start coping with the bilateral unawareness” (“El caso de las estadísticas comerciales entre China y México: para empezar a sobrellevar el desconocimiento bilateral”). Economía Informa 335, pp. 50-59.

And Morales Troncoso, Carlos (2008). “China-Mexico Trade Triangulation” (“Triangulación del comercio China-México”). In Estrategias para la competitividad. Emprendedores. UNAM. September, pp. 41-45.


UNITED STATES STATISTICS OF EXPORTS AND IMPORTS (1990-2012).
FOR SELECTED CHAPTERS AND VALUE CHAINS.

1. United States: selected chapters of the Harmonized System
2. United States: car industry-automotive spare parts value chain
3. United States: electronics value chain
4. United States: yarn-textile-garment value chain

 

The statistical information here presented is the effort of several years of work in the Cechimex. Please acknowledge this source by citing the original source of the corresponding tables as follows:

  • General: Source: CECHIMEX Base year 2012
  • United States: Source: Based on United States International Trade Commission (USITC). United States. U.S. International Trade Commission

The tables are based on the international trade classification of the Harmonized System (HS) reporting numbers for a total of 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 digit levels. The HS of tariff nomenclature is an internationally standardized system of names and numbers to classify traded products. It allows participating countries to classify traded goods on a common basis for customs purposes. At the international level, the HS for classifying goods is a six-digit code system. For further information visit the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding Systems (HS) website.


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