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Import of sheet or tile, asbestos and cellulose fibre cement not corrugated to Bosnia and Herzegovina rises in 2017

The variable grew sharply by 351.82 percent in 2017, according to figures released by United Nations Statistical Office. Cement import greatly increased from 55 368 US Dollar to 250 164 US Dollar, compared to the prior year when it declined by 31.21 percent. The overall changes for the previous 15 years hit a raise of 278.43%. Likewise, it has attained a 0.21% compound average annual growth rate over the last five years with a modest overall growth since the start of observations. It averaged 142 095.87 US Dollar from 2003 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 534 095 US Dollar in 2009 and record low of 38 376 US Dollar in 2007.

Import of sheet or tile, asbestos and cellulose fibre cement not corrugated to Bosnia and Herzegovina rises in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 250 164.00 351.82
2016 55 368.00 -31.21
2015 80 490.00 -52.91
2014 170 912.00 75.66
2013 97 298.00 -51.49
2012 200 579.00 244.82
2011 58 170.00 -30.38
2010 83 548.00 -84.36
2009 534 095.00 1172.38
2008 41 976.00 9.38

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Main Cement Indicators

  • Cement Import

  • Cement Export

  • Cement Production

    Production of cement, usually expressed in tons. Cement can be defined as a fine powder which sets after a few hours when mixed with water, and then hardens in a few days into a solid, strong material. Cement is mainly used to bind fine sand and coarse aggregates together in concrete. Based on: Cembureau (European Cement Association).

  • Cement Sales

  • Cement Prices

    Price level of cement, usually expressed per ton in national currency. Cement can be defined as a fine powder which sets after a few hours when mixed with water, and then hardens in a few days into a solid, strong material. Cement is mainly used to bind fine sand and coarse aggregates together in concrete. Based on: Cembureau (European Cement Association).