|Series||Statistics bulletin -- (88) 48|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Government Statistical Service.|
The seaborne trade of chemicals amounted to a volume of some million metric tons worldwide in Seaborne trade. Volume 1. The cruiser period. by C. Ernest Fayle ISBN: Seaborne trade. by C. Ernest Fayle. Vol. 2, From the opening of the submarine campaign to the appointment of the shipping controller. (with maps in separate volume.) ISBN: Seaborne trade. Volume 3. The period of unrestricted submarine warfare. It is difficult to quantify the value of volume of world seaborne trade in monetary terms, as figures for trade estimates are traditionally in terms of tonnes or tonne-miles, and are therefore not comparable with monetary-based statistics for the value of the world economy. Seaborne trade: The demand for maritime transport services The geography of trade has given a new role to developing countries. While in the past developing countries were mere providers of raw materials (large volumes at low unit values), today as a group, developing countries, including China, are emerging as important importers and exporters of goods by sea.
About this Item: SB. N & M Press reprint. xiiv + ppPublished Price Â£22 The object of this book, the first of a three-volume history, is to show how seaborne trade was affected during the war by naval operations and by conditions having their origin in the naval situation. It is not concerned with the achievements of the Royal and Merchant Navies but rather with the result . United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Palais des Nations, , Av. de la Paix, Geneva 10 Switzerland T: +41 22 F: +41 22 Trade Statistics Statistics regarding the volume of cargo transported are compiled by individual governments, the United Nations and a number of private enterprises. Statistics relevant for the analysis of international trade can be obtained from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). In , million TEUs of containers were handled in ports worldwide. World container port throughput grew by per cent between and Thus some momentum was lost – in tandem with world seaborne trade (see World seaborne trade page) – after a year of significant growth (+ per cent) from to
Maritime Trade and Transportation by the Numbers. By Matthew Chambers and Mindy Liu. PDF. The nation will observe Maritime Day on which was designated by Congress in to honor U.S. merchant mariners and the maritime industry. 1 Water transportation contributed $36 billion U.S. dollars and 64 thousand jobs to the U.S. economy in , which helped keep . The object of this book, the second of a three-volume history, is to show how seaborne trade was affected during the war by naval operations and by conditions having their origin in the naval situation. It is not concerned with the achievements of the Royal and Merchant Navies but rather with the result of those achievements. The dataset shows data on the world seaborne trade by types of cargo and by group of economies. Data are presented in millions of metric data for onwards have been revised and updated to reflect improved reporting, including more recent figures and better information regarding the breakdown by cargo type. Figures for are estimates based on . Making Trade Agreements Work For Gender Equality - Data and Statistics. 18 June Topsy-turvy world: net transfer of resources from poor to rich countries - UNCTAD Policy Brief No. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Palais des Nations, , Av. de la Paix, Geneva 10 Switzerland T: +41 22 F: +41 22