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Import of frozen bovine livers to Canada declines in 2017

According to numbers presented by United Nations Statistical Office, in comparison with the prior year cattle import strongly went down by 51.3 percent. Cattle import fell greatly from 1 489 114 kilogram to 725 264 kilogram, contrarily to the previous year when it went up by 133.53 percent. Canada saw a decrease of 30.99% in cattle import over the past 29 years. Likewise, it has attained an increase at a 0.01% compound annual growth rate during the last five years with a marginal overall drop since the start of time series. It averaged 865 013.62 kilogram from 1989 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 1 635 353 kilogram in 2001 and record low of 283 821 kilogram in 2010.

Import of frozen bovine livers to Canada declines in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 725 264.00 -51.3
2016 1 489 114.00 133.53
2015 637 651.00 19.77
2014 532 377.00 -20.94
2013 673 409.00 1.65
2012 662 467.00 -3.5
2011 686 462.00 141.86
2010 283 821.00 -24.33
2009 375 057.00 -38.21
2008 606 953.00 -7.78

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