want to link web to excel in win 7

i have web at address https://data.oecd.org/leadind/business-confidence-index-bci.htm this site contain the table of countries and their values in table but this is one portion of the page ..i want to link only that portion of page wich contain the data about the countries.
not all the page. which method is best to do this.and how i can do it.?
irfan khanAsked:
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
For using a direct link, you would need a direct link only displaying that part. Sounds obvious ;-). There is none for the table or any part of the page, only for the complete one.
This leaves only (static) scraping or downloading the data per request. This is allowed per Terms & Conditions (if OECD reference is visible and nothing obfuscated), but a static snapshot only, and requires programming.
There is also an OECD API (https://data.oecd.org/api/) to access selected content - again requiring some progarmming.

If you can tell more about how you want to embed OECD data, we might be able to help further. But since there is no simple solution, you'll need something customized.

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