Global Trade Atlas

FAO staff in HQ and field now have access to the Global Trade Atlas (GTA).

The FAO subscription to the GTA includes access to the monthly trade statistics of 84 reporting countries for all codes of the Harmonized System at the national breakdown level.
These figures can be browsed according to value (any currency), quantity and partner country.

United Nations annual trade figures for countries that are not included in the monthly editions of the GTA are also available.

In order to access the GTA, go through the Secure Access Gateway: https:\\

After logging into the gateway with your usual username and password, paste the link below into the search box at the top of the gateway home page.

For further assistance, contact


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