This 2019 issue contains statistical profiles for 189 countries comprising 30 indicators aimed at describing the extent of each country’s export and import commodity dependence, as well as key structural and socioeconomic variables that are related to the commodity dependence phenomenon, such as growth of gross domestic product (GDP) and per capita GDP levels, the Human Development Index, value added by sector of the economy and institutional quality index, among others. In order to expand the knowledge about commodity dependence, some changes have been made since the 2016 edition of the report. For example, statistical profiles for individual developed countries and economies in transition have been added to those for individual developing countries. Also, the key socioeconomic and structural indicators in each country profile have been revised, and an additional historical reference point (the year 1995, when UNCTADStat started to disaggregate trade data) has been included for each monitored variable -- [publisher]. Introduction -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Chapter 1 -- Key Findings from the Report -- Chapter 2 -- Country Statistical Profiles -- List of Country Statistical Profiles -- Commodity-Dependent Countries and country classifications, 2013–2017 -- Explanatory Notes for the Country Statistical Profiles -- List of Standard International Trade Classification (SITC), Third Revision Codes.