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Import of salted, dried or smoked swine hams and shoulders to New Zealand goes down in 2017

United Nations Statistical Office announced that in 2017 pork import strongly declined by 54.3 percent. The indicator diminished greatly from 20 829 kilogram in 2016 to 9 519 kilogram previous year, contrarily to the prior year when it went up by 38.46%. New Zealand saw a raise of 1 656.27% in pork import over the past 29 years. However, it has attained a negative compound annual growth rate of 0.03% over the five years with a slight overall rise since the 1989. It averaged 35 420.14 kilogram from 1989 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 203 281 kilogram in 2006 and record low of 199 kilogram in 1992.

Import of salted, dried or smoked swine hams and shoulders to New Zealand goes down in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 9 519.00 -54.3
2016 20 829.00 38.46
2015 15 043.00 -1.14
2014 15 216.00 36.32
2013 11 162.00 7.65
2012 10 369.00 378.05
2011 2 169.00 -87.72
2010 17 659.00 -85.7
2009 123 448.00 84.79
2008 66 805.00 -50.59

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