I-TIP Goods provides comprehensive information on non-tariff measures (NTMs) applied by WTO members in merchandise trade. The information includes members' notifications of NTMs as well as information on "specific trade concerns" raised by members at WTO committee meetings. Its aim is to serve the needs of those seeking detailed information on trade policy measures as well as those looking for summary information. It includes links to the WTO's extensive tariff and trade databases, and to DocsOnLine system.
Choose one of the following options:
  • You can see and select stocks or flows of Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs), by type of measure.
  • See individual measures by simply clicking on any bar in the graphs!
  • This option does not allow the selection of country or product affected.
  • Look at the incidence of NTMs by HS sections and chapters, and by country imposing the measure.
  • See individual measures by simply clicking on any number in the tables!
  • This option does not allow a selection of products.
  • Look at the incidence of NTMs by WTO member and geographical regions.
  • See individual measures by simply clicking on any number in the tables!
  • Select any combination of the five criteria: type of NTM, dates, country imposing, country affected, and product. Get tabular listing of NTMs.
  • Drill down for additional details.
  • Export summary and detailed NTM information.
Through any of the four options above you obtain a summary table with measures by country and type of measure; by drilling-down you will find a table with detailed information of individual measures, where, through links, you can get the notified documents, and the trade and tariffs relevant to each measure. You can export data at the summary or at the detailed level.

  • NEW! Most of Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs) are now included in I-TIP: Trade defence measures, technical measures and their Specific Trade Concerns (STCs), Quantitative Restrictions and the NTMs from the Agreement on Agriculture; in few months, information on Import Licences will also be available.
  • TBT and SPS data are fully synchronized with their respective online reporting systems; same than Specific Trade Concerns (STC) data.
  • Antidumping and Countervailing measures cover all measures initiated and/or with final duties in force as of 2001. Last semi-annual report included is the one for the second semester 2013.
To be added

  • Import licensing (August 2014)
  • Quantitative restrictions (done!)
  • Agricultural notifications (done!)
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