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Explore global, regional and country-level monthly data on international trade and industrial production through the CPB World Trade Monitor (WTM) database visualized below. Provided by CPB (Central Planning Bureau) Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis, WTM brings together, aggregates and summarizes monthly developments in trade and production at the earliest possible date. Note: "3M MA" refers to three months moving average, "Momentum" is the percent change of last 3 months average from preceding 3 months average, "M-o-M" is % change from the previous month and "Y-o-Y" is the % change from the corresponding month of the previous year. Here you can find base-year values for trade, exports and imports as well as weights used in calculation of industrial production indices.

Source: CPB World Trade Monitor, April 2014

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