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Plums and prunes production in Canada: Growth in 2017

Canada National Statistical Office published that in 2017 the variable went up greatly by 49.61%. It indicates the all-time peak since 2002 as the indicator sharply climbed from 3 092 ton to 4 626 ton, contrarily to the previous year when it dropped by 13.7 percent. Canada saw a increase of 59.96% in plums and prunes production during the last 16 years. As well as it has shown a 0.03 percent compound annual growth rate during the last 5 years with a slight overall growth since the 2002. It averaged 3 194.13 ton from 2002 to 2017 and it attained its minimum of 2 243 ton in 2007.

Plums and prunes production in Canada: Growth in 2017
Date Ton Variation
2017 4 626.00 49.61
2016 3 092.00 -13.7
2015 3 583.00 -10.2
2014 3 990.00 0.33
2013 3 977.00 60.69
2012 2 475.00 -17.77
2011 3 010.00 0.6
2010 2 992.00 14.68
2009 2 609.00 5.63
2008 2 470.00 10.12

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