Basic profile of Ecuador Ecuador is located in northwestern South America and is a member of the Association of South American Nations. It mainly exports oil, bananas, prawns and flowers, and mainly imports machinery and equipment, industrial raw materials, fuels and consumer goods. The main trading partners are the United States, the European Union, China, Panama, Colombia, and Peru. Among them, China is Ecuador's second largest trading partner. It mainly exports machinery and equipment, industrial raw materials, automobiles, steel and consumer goods to Ecuador, and mainly imports crude oil, bananas, fishmeal, flowers, etc. Ecuador has been one of China's largest investment targets in Latin America in recent years, and the economic and trade relations between the two countries have continued to develop steadily. The Ecuadorian customs data of foreign trade states is the official first-hand bill of lading data of the local customs. It provides online inquiry and is updated once a month. Ecuador data description Ecuador customs data is a record of every shipping transaction for this country, region and all trading companies worldwide, including import data and export data. The Ecuadorian customs data of the foreign trade state has been updated since 2015. Up to now, it has provided 75.4 million import and export transaction records, including 113,049 buyers and 24,994 suppliers. Ecuador's customs data is updated monthly. (The latest update time, see data update table) import data export data 1. The transaction clearance date and the entry date of the bill of lading system remain the same. 2. Each bill of lading transaction record has a 10-digit HS code used in Ecuador's local customs declaration, and is accompanied by a bilingual (Western and English) description of the HS code. 3. Provide a detailed description of the goods. The language used is Spanish. The type / kind of the product and the status of the product are also provided. 4. Both import and export data provide detailed company information for both parties, including company name, address, code, etc. 5. The import and export data provides volume and price information of the transactions between the two parties, including the quantity and weight of the goods, and the FOB and CIF prices of the transactions. In addition, it also includes tax and other information such as freight and insurance. 6. Provide detailed freight information, including the country of origin, transportation company, agency declaration agency, etc., as well as port information such as loading port, unloading port, customs area, etc.
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