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You can query the entire database through the legacy interface. BUT, it still restricts the download to max of 50,000 records. You will need to breakup your queries to get what you want
This shows the contact info if you want to get it directly from them. Note, I queried for the entire database:
The query will ...
The International Trade Administration (ITA) has just released Version 2 of all of its APIs on its Data Services Platform. This means developers can access even more export data, more easily.
Here are the updates
New Data: You asked and we answered! We are now providing access
Tariff Rates from all US Free Trade Agreements
FAQs About Exporting.
It might take quite a few queries, but all trade data should be available here: https://comtrade.un.org/data/
You can select up to 5 countries (either as reporter or as partner) to view their trade with all other countries (select all in the other box). So in about 50 queries you should be done. There's also a bulk download option which I haven't tried.
I'm not sure you'll find exactly the data you want here because the data available looks quite difficult to explore but I would try the USA Counties Data File Downloads page of the US Census Bureau.
Some counties seems to give access to trade data too.
Hope it'll help ;)
Have you seen the Climatological Database for the World's Oceans (CLIWOC)? It's built from ship's logs and has the information that you are looking for, albeit from 1750-1850. Should work if you don't need contemporary data.
I've not tried it, but perhaps it'll help someone:
An alternative, one-file dataset on bilateral trade from The Correlates of War project:
It is possible to access and download the data via an API. The queries you can submit are also restricted, but it is possible to facilitate and automate the extraction by using some programming.
You can write a script to download the data in chunks and assemble them afterwards. Here is an example of how you could do it in R. A first chunk covers the years ...
You can find commodity trade information (by category) between countries in the UN ComTrade database
The United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database (UN Comtrade) stores more than 1 billion trade data records from 1962. Over 140 reporter countries provide the United Nations Statistics Division with their annual international ...
For whatever it's worth now, here's how it looked to me, having no relevant affiliation or authority. But I'm glad to see now from the other answer that "UN/LOCODE is freely available to all interested users." Good.
If you need the code list for commercial or other non-personal use, I had thought for the following reasons that your procedure is to contact ...