The Datamyne, a provider of international trade data, has made several enhancements to its product offerings. The company has released its latest update of TDM Vue, an online tool which allows for the viewing of trade trends and shifts in key international markets, through access to transaction-based and census data. According to The Datamyne, the database is intuitive and easily downloadable into desktop applications. The newest version of TDM Vue contains enhanced search and reporting capabilities, providing users with the ability to "drag and drop" information within the database, and resulting in easier search and report-building capabilities, the company said. The Datamyne also announced availability of complete European Union and Mexican data, in addition to information representing trade figures for North America, South America, Central America and Asia. The data is useful in tracking products, values and quantities, and in identifying buyers and sellers. It is current within two days of a transaction, the company said. The Datamyne collects international trade data from authorized Customs and government agencies.
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