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Sold production of electrical signalling, safety or traffic control equipment for roads, inland waterways, parking facilities, port installations or airfields in Austria: Rise in 2016

The indicator increased by 8.2% in 2016, updated statistics from European Commission pinpoint. Electrical equipment sold production rose by 18 663 504 Euro, contrarily to the previous year when it decreased by 12.79 percent. The overall changes for the prior 17 years reached a growth of 324.53%. Likewise, it has attained a rise at a 0.02 percent CAGR over the five years with a negligible overall increase since the start of time series. It averaged 171 123 277.41 Euro from 2000 to 2016 and it hit its all-time high of 337 298 400 Euro in 2013 and record low of 57 999 024 Euro in 2000.

Sold production of electrical signalling, safety or traffic control equipment for roads, inland waterways, parking facilities, port installations or airfields in Austria: Rise in 2016
Date Euro Variation
2016 246 224 000.00 8.2
2015 227 560 496.00 -12.79
2014 260 947 296.00 -22.64
2013 337 298 400.00 48.5
2012 227 129 504.00 -2.7
2011 233 435 008.00 49.68
2010 155 956 704.00 -7.95
2009 169 416 896.00 -7.21
2008 182 587 696.00 9.7
2007 166 445 200.00 -13.94

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