International Trade Installation Instructions
Miami International Airport's (MIA) Disk of International Trade (DIT) consists of country trade inspections for each of the 217 countries, which did business through MlA. You can see the annual trade for a given country, expressed in four columns showing export weight, export value, import weight and import value. Each column lists all the commodity-groups @, which that country traded with MIA in current year and as the percent change from previous year.
The Disk of International Trade is an easy to use, self-installing, self-running program.
To install the Disk of International Trade 2012 - 2018:
Click on the highlighted year needed. Run the setup.exe. This will download files to your hard drive make sure you save to its own sub-folder; for example the 2012 DIT files should have a sub-folder DIT2012.
If unable to Run - Save the file setup.exe. If your system allows you to download the .exe (executable) file, then save it right to your hard drive. Click on setup.exe. This downloads files to your hard drive make sure you save to its own separate sub-folder; for example the 2012 DIT files should have a sub-folder DIT2012.
For additional help installing the Disk of International Trade (DIT) contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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