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Import of refills for ball point pens to Ireland decreases in 2017

According to new statistics issued by United Nations Statistical Office, compared with the prior year the indicator greatly diminished by 61.16 percent. Consumer goods import decreased strongly by 1 114.89 kilogram, in comparison to the previous year when it grew by 59.04 percent. It's new all-time low since 1992. Ireland saw a fall of 92.13% in consumer goods import over the past 26 years. Moreover, it has had a negative compound annual growth rate of 0.32 percent during the five years with a marginal overall decline since the start of observations. It averaged 16 490.96 kilogram from 1992 to 2017 and it reached its maximum of 51 020 kilogram in 2007.

Import of refills for ball point pens to Ireland decreases in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 708.11 -61.16
2016 1 823.00 59.04
2015 1 146.25 11.07
2014 1 032.02 -79.18
2013 4 957.00 -19.19
2012 6 134.41 -85.88
2011 43 432.00 1504.4
2010 2 707.06 -25.4
2009 3 629.00 -90.23
2008 37 147.00 -27.19

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