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Import of cyanides and cyanide oxides of metals except sodium to Ireland goes up in 2017

Cyanides import sharply went up by 245.65 percent compared with the prior year, new numbers from United Nations Statistical Office reveal. The indicator strongly rose from 3 967.2 US Dollar to 13 712.62 US Dollar, in comparison to the previous year when it went down by 99.95%. The overall changes for the prior 26 years hit a decline of 93.55%. Moreover, it has attained a negative average annual growth rate of 0.29% during the last 5 years with a slight overall increase since the start of time series. It averaged 382 738.76 US Dollar from 1992 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 8 733 053 US Dollar in 2015 and record low of 2 398 US Dollar in 1999.

Import of cyanides and cyanide oxides of metals except sodium to Ireland goes up in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 13 712.62 245.65
2016 3 967.20 -99.95
2015 8 733 053.00 24084.65
2014 36 109.90 -51.86
2013 75 002.52 -22.25
2012 96 461.46 115.64
2011 44 732.44 17.25
2010 38 150.74 541.08
2009 5 951.00 -87.4
2008 47 236.00 -23.54

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