World Bank Indicator TRAD.EXPT.OLFTW

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Export: Animals and vegetable oil, fat and waxes (province Level, in USD) Source: Indonesia Database for Policy and Economic Research BADAN PUSAT STATISTIK Statistics Indonesia, Unpublished statistics on Sub National Trade

Data Source : WORLD BANK
Number of Data columns : 6 Number of Data rows : 22450
Categories : development

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