Trade and Investment

What trade data tells us about the state of globalization

European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso is congratulated by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels October 18, 2013. The European Union and Canada agreed on Friday a multi-billion-dollar trade deal to integrate two of the world's biggest economies.    REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) - GM1E9AI1KKF01

The greatest shares of both imports and exports are accounted for by Europe. Image: REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

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