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Value added of non-durable manufacturing industries in Canada decreases in June 2018

Manufacturing value added diminished hardly by 0.48% in comparison to the prior month, according to new figures presented by Canada National Statistical Office. The variable decreased barely from 78 130 million Canadian Dollars to 77 752 million Canadian Dollars, compared with the previous month when it grew by 0.42%. June 2017, the indicator went up by 1.11 percent and attained 77 854 million Canadian Dollars. This indicates a -0.13% variation between June 2017 and June of the year after. The overall changes for the prior 21 years reached a rise of 13.52%. Furthermore, the manufacturing value added is now greater than its average which equals 74 968.45 million Canadian Dollars with a slight overall fall since the 1997. 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 decreases in June 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Jun. 2018 77 752.00 -0.48
May. 2018 78 130.00 0.42
Apr. 2018 77 801.00 1.16
Mar. 2018 76 909.00 -0.55
Feb. 2018 77 332.00 0.27
Jan. 2018 77 125.00 -0.84
Dec. 2017 77 780.00 -0.04
Nov. 2017 77 813.00 1.18
Oct. 2017 76 908.00 0.49
Sep. 2017 76 532.00 -0.59

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