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Nonmilitary self-propelled ships new construction sales in United States declines in 2016

U.S. Census Bureau reported that in 2016 ships sales fell by 17.61 percent. The variable declined by 437 614 thousand US Dollars, compared to the prior year when it climbed by 6.65 percent. United States saw a growth of 36.99% in ships sales over the past 15 years. Besides, it has attained the average annual growth rate of 0.04 percent during the 5 years with a modest overall raise since the start of time series. It averaged 1 943 680 thousand US Dollars from 2002 to 2016 and it reached its all-time high of 2 846 322 thousand US Dollars in 2008 and record low of 1 319 588 thousand US Dollars in 2011.

Nonmilitary self-propelled ships new construction sales in United States declines in 2016
Date Thousand US Dollars Variation
2016 2 047 821.00 -17.61
2015 2 485 435.00 6.65
2014 2 330 353.00 13.05
2013 2 061 358.00 19.66
2012 1 722 674.00 30.55
2011 1 319 588.00 -28.16
2010 1 836 831.00 -17.4
2009 2 223 798.00 -21.87
2008 2 846 322.00 35.34
2007 2 103 095.00 19.02

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