What is Trade Match?
How does it work?
Here's how to find out which countries or which sectors offer the best export opportunities.
Let's start with countries: Select your origin market below to discover which countries offer the largest export opportunities for you this year or next. The chart represents 'export gains', which are simply the difference between our forecasts for exports of a given market in a selected year and the exports recorded by that market in the previous year (negative figures mean export losses for the year. See our for more about our latest trade outlook). The colors come from our country and sector risk ratings, which you can and here. Ranging from low risk to high risk, these ratings capture the risk of non-payment in a given country.
To go even deeper, you can also find out which sectors offer the best opportunities in each of the top destinations. Just scroll down and select one of the markets available to find out which sectors will see the largest export gains.
Ready for a sector deep-dive? Go back to the top and select the tab 'By sector'. Now you can select your sector and your country to visualize the forecasts for export gains, and then find your top destinations.
Global trade: taking the pulse of global exports
Our global trade survey checked the pulse of around 3,000 businesses across the US, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Poland over three weeks from late March to mid-April.
How is the current international trade environment perceived by the high-level executives from the surveyed companies that have export activities and suppliers and production sites located in foreign countries? In the infographic we share some of the key findings from the survey, which could help inform and inspire your plans for global trade management – and some of the associated challenges that you may encounter.