The document, which is produced every year by the entity, provides a comprehensive overview of the state of world trade and key statistics, information that is useful for making business decisions in the region.
The WTO makes this information available to anyone who wants to see it. The data can be downloaded from the website www.wto.org / statistics.
A statement released by the organization notes: "this set of information consists of the 2011 edition of the annual publications of international trade statistics, business profiles and world tariff profiles, and an update of the WTO’s statistical database as well as other data sources. "
Source: World Trade Organization
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Compendium updated on August 2010 with information on a monthly basis on imports and exports within and outside the region.
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The Costa Rican Ministry of Foreign Trade is promoting foreign trade agendas with leaders of more than 10 countries.
A Press Release by the Ministry of Foreign Trade (Comex) reads:
In preparation for the Eighth Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization(WTO) which starts this Thursday afternoon in Geneva, the Costa Rican Minister of Foreign Trade, Anabel Gonzalez, the Director General, Federico Valerio, and the Ambassador of Costa Rica in the WTO, Ronald Saborio, maintain an intense schedule that includes bilateral meetings with ministers of different countries participating in the Cairns Group Ministerial Meeting, and the tenth anniversary of the accession of China to the WTO.
The country will participate in the China Business Summit, Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), the principal forum for trade and investment between that country and the region, and which is being held in Lima, Peru.
A press release from the Ministry of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica states:
The January-March 2013 Newsletter by SIECA on Central American Foreign Trade is the first to include data from Panama.
Central, August 15, 2013.
The Secretariat of Central American Economic Integration (SIECA) through the Bureau of Statistics, Research and Policy, has presented the first American Foreign Trade Bulletin which includes data from the Republic of Panama.