Export controls have an impact on U.S. trade with countries around the globe. Understanding this impact is critical to maintain an effective export control system. The Office of Technology Evaluation (OTE) analyses below summarize U.S. trade activity with select destinations, as well as an overview of U.S. trade with the World as a whole. They contain a broad scope of information including statistics on controlled exports, Bureau of Industry Security licensing, and license exception utilization for each country.

World
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Europe
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   France Link-Building-icon
   Germany Link-Building-icon
   Russia Link-Building-icon
   Ukraine
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Latin America
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    Cuba Link-Building-icon
    MexicoLink-Building-icon

Asia
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    Hong Kong Link-Building-icon
    IndiaLink-Building-icon
    JapanLink Building icon
    South Korea Link-Building-icon
    MalaysiaLink Building icon
    Philippines Link-Building-icon
    Singapore Link-Building-icon
    Taiwan Link-Building-icon
    Thailand Link-Building-icon

Middle East
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    Saudi Arabia Link-Building-icon
    UAE Link-Building-icon

 

   

Statistical Reports

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The Office of Technology Evaluation (OTE) of the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) produces statistical reports from its analyses of available data from the Automated Export System (AES) and BIS license application system to identify trends in export and licensing, support the evaluation of the U.S. Export Control System, and inform policy decisions.

   

Data Sets

consolidated listThe Office of Technology Evaluation (OTE) of the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) produces annual datasets that enable the public to freely access data on licensing and exports in an open, machine-readable format and build visualizations from the data.

   
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