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Visible Trade: A UK trade data visualisation tool

Updated Thursday 16th June 2011

Delve into 20 years’ worth of UK export and import data to discover some surprising stories about the UK’s trade relations with the rest of the world.

Brave? Click on the Visible Trade image below and get started with our exciting data visualisation tool exploring the last 20 years' worth of UK export and import data. But if you need a little help before jumping straight in at the deep end, visit our video and text guides to this exciting tool.

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