>>>The trade data appear as imports in the Exiobase use table. Note that this is different from the way it appears in national supply-use tables.
I am the only one who got lost? The trade data you refer to are just the input flows from other countries? See example in the MRIO table below.
From: <email@example.com> on behalf of "Bo Weidema via Groups.Io" <bo.weidema@...>
Den 2019-11-08 kl. 10.59 skrev Chris Mutel:
International trade activities, i.e. activities that move use of an
export to become an import supply, do need to be FlowObject specific.
Each such trade activity can have inputs of different transport modes,
insurance, and other trade facilitation activities, as well as outputs
of product losses. However, in Exiobase, these international trade
activities are (as far as I understand) integrated in the national data,
so to avoid double counting can be ignored. Of course, at some point in
time, someone will want to separate these out from the national tables,
but that is not required for now.
The trade data appear as imports in the Exiobase use table. Note that
this is different from the way it appears in national supply-use tables.
The above is according to the best of my knowledge. I assume Stefano can
correct me if I should be wrong.