Asia & Australasia Coverage
Asia-Pacific Trade Data
Global Trade Data Coverage for Asia-Pacific Imports & Exports
The global trade outlook for Asia and the Pacific regions have seen tremendous growth in recent times. But despite some slowdowns, Asia-Pacific (APAC) still presents key opportunities for importers, manufacturers, logistics services providers, and others to tap the potential of this evolving and dynamic region. Understanding import and export trends is critical given the complex economic factors and regulatory complexities in the region.
Asia-Pacific contains some of the best opportunities for global importers to diversify their supply chains. For many years, global importers have relied upon a “China+1” policy for their sourcing needs. Recently, amid shifting trade policy between the United States and China, many of these importers began branching out to other East Asian suppliers. Among the top beneficiaries of this trend has been Thailand and South Korea. Keeping a keen eye on trade trends and identifying opportunities in this environment requires a robust solution and accurate global trade data.
Descartes Datamyne™ offers current import and export information to help businesses make better decisions and better compete in today’s competitive marketplace. Powered by the world’s largest searchable global trade database, including some of the largest and most influential markets in Asia-Pacific, Descartes Datamyne provides in-depth business insight and intelligence to companies worldwide.
Importance of Asia-Pacific to U.S. Trade
Descartes Datamyne Asia Import-Export Data is essential global market intelligence for U.S. importers and exporters. The Asian countries we cover – including China, India, Japan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, South Korea, and Vietnam – account for more than a quarter of U.S. trade, according to global trade data. These countries are also projected to receive the majority of U.S. exports outside North America through 2030, with China, India and Vietnam setting the pace for growth in U.S. overseas markets.
As production hubs and sources of supply, Asia-Pacific produces and ships more than a third of current U.S. imports. Asia’s four largest economies rank among the top 10 countries of origin for U.S. inbound trade – while China and Vietnam top the list of the world’s fastest-growing sources for U.S. imports.
Gathered from trade ministries, customs agencies, and other authoritative sources, Datamyne’s Asia-Pacific trade data is highly reliable, detailed and the latest available from any source.
Easy Access to Unique Insights into Asia-Pacific Commerce
Powered by import and export bills of lading as well as aggregate Census data, Descartes Datamyne global trade data provides coverage into the import and export trends of top Asia-Pacific countries such as Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Vietnam.
Summarized Census Data
Available one to two months (depending on government policy) after receipt from official sources, our highly detailed aggregate Census data provides the most accurate snapshot of a country’s import and export trends.
Available for Australia, China, Japan, and South Korea, Census Data allows for detailed analysis of trends and the top traded commodities by value down to the 8-digit HS Code.
Detailed Import and Export Data
Import and export declarations, available for India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam, allow for the same level of detailed analysis as Census data with the additional benefit of identifying company names.
List of Major Countries Covered and Available Global Trade Datasets
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Descartes Datamyne™ unlocks the value of trade data for business by delivering the latest available import and export information. Content is delivered in a format that makes it easy to research and analyze for unique market insights. Our trade data resources set the industry standard for accuracy, reliability and comprehensiveness.
Markets, across 5 continents are included in our solution. Descartes Datamyne™ features the world’s largest searchable trade database. Gathered directly from official filings with customs agencies and trade ministries, our data is detailed, timely and authoritative.
Of the world’s import-export trade is covered by our data. Sourced from the trading nations of the Americas, Asia, Africa and the EU, Descartes Datamyne™ provides the business intelligence that companies need in today’s competitive marketplace.
Shipment records are added to our database each year. This includes an average of 60,000 US maritime import Bill of Lading (BOL) records added each day – 24 hours after receipt from U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP).