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Value added of non-durable manufacturing industries in Canada: Growth in April 2018

According to numbers presented by Canada National Statistical Office, compared with the prior month manufacturing value added grew hardly by 1.51 percent. The indicator slightly climbed by 1 160 million Canadian Dollars, versus the previous month when it declined by 0.37 percent. The same month in 2017, the variable fell by -0.42% and attained 76 480 million Canadian Dollars. Year-on-year, this illustrates a 2.18% variation between April 2017 and April of the year after. The overall changes for the prior 21 years reached a raise of 14.09%. Besides, the manufacturing value added is now higher than its average which equals 74 943.7 million Canadian Dollars with a negligible overall drop since the start of observations. It hit its all-time high of 83 879 million Canadian Dollars in August 2002 and record low of 67 132 million Canadian Dollars in August 2013.

Value added of non-durable manufacturing industries in Canada: Growth in April 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Apr. 2018 78 147.00 1.51
Mar. 2018 76 987.00 -0.37
Feb. 2018 77 274.00 0.33
Jan. 2018 77 018.00 -0.68
Dec. 2017 77 548.00 -0.26
Nov. 2017 77 747.00 1.17
Oct. 2017 76 849.00 0.54
Sep. 2017 76 433.00 -0.66
Aug. 2017 76 941.00 -1.53
Jul. 2017 78 138.00 0.64

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