From the site, “The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has released the 2016 Annual Statistical Update of Firearm Commerce in the United States.” This report provides trends going back to 1975. The number of firearms imported, exported, and manufactured are included as well as Licensees by state. Other trends and statistics are shown as well.
The Guide to State and Local Workforce Data provides links to both state and local information about employment, poverty, economics, and population. This information has been organized by topic to make it easy to find what you are searching for.
From The Scout Report:
“The United Nations (UN) website contains a tremendous amount of data, and for some new users (and even those who are more experienced), it may be a bit overwhelming. Recently, the UN created this fine website designed to assist those who might need a bit of assistance with this whole process. On the UN Data site, visitors can simply type in their search terms, look over a list of popular searches, and even take a look at their ‘News’ section, which offers up a selection of helpful recent additions. Further down on the homepage, visitors can look through the ‘Database Coverage’ area. Here they can take advantage of some specially culled statistics, including data sets related to the World Health Organization (WHO), refugees, industrial commodities, and children. The site is rounded out by a ‘Glossary’ section, which offers a nice summary of each term that might be encountered while utilizing the site.”
>From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2008. http://scout.wisc.edu/
TradeStats Express offers annual and quarterly trade statistics on national and state levels. Users can view charts or graphs to analyze imports, exports, trade balance information and more.
This is the market research library of the U.S. Commercial Service. Access market research reports, country commercial guides (a.k.a. Doing Business in…), and best market reports by industry, region, country or date.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development created this directory of world economic statistics. Users can search by country or topic for information on international trade, purchasing power, energy use and much more.
Part of the Department of Commerce, the BEA provides accurate and relevant economic data and statistics — including the GDP (Gross Domestic Product). Coverage includes national, international and regional statistics. A great source for import/export statistics. May require Adobe Acrobat Reader.