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Floor space of commercialized buildings completed in China: Stagnancy in 2017

China National Statistical Office published that building starts held steady in comparison with the prior year. For the 2nd consecutive year, the building starts was 77 185.19 ten thousand square meter. The overall changes for the previous 23 years attained a raise of 545.83%. In comparison to its average, the building starts is now greater as the mean equals 46 440.48 ten thousand square meter and the indicator indicates a marginal overall rise since the 1995. It hit its all-time high of 80 868.26 ten thousand square meter in 2014 and record low of 11 951.29 ten thousand square meter in 1995.

Floor space of commercialized buildings completed in China: Stagnancy in 2017
Date Ten Thousand Square Meter Variation
2017 77 185.19 =
2016 77 185.19 4.62
2015 73 777.36 -8.77
2014 80 868.26 2.7
2013 78 740.62 -0.38
2012 79 043.20 6.36
2011 74 319.05 17.14
2010 63 443.10 6.4
2009 59 628.71 9.74
2008 54 334.10 9.04

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