World trade monitor: February 2011

The world trade volume increased 0.3% in February from the previous month, after an upwardly revised rise of 1.7% in January. This is shown by the CPB world trade monitor. A Background document is attached.

Database World trade monitor: February 2011

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  • February 2011: World trade up by 0.3% month on month, following a revised 1.7% rise in January.
  • February 2011: World industrial production stagnant, following a revised 1.2% rise in January.

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Methodology CPB World Trade Monitor

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This publication provides detailed information on the CPB World Trade Monitor and gives a comparison of these series with those of international organisations. 
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