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Sold production of electric mowers for lawns, parks, golf courses or sports grounds in Croatia falls in 2017

European Commission published that the variable declined greatly by 72.93 percent in 2017. It's new all-time minimum since 2008 as agricultural machinery sold production sharply diminished by 97, in contrast to the prior year when it went up by 0.76 percent. Croatia saw a fall of 95.27% in agricultural machinery sold production during the last 10 years. Likewise, it has shown a negative compound average annual growth rate of 0.08% over the five years with a negligible overall decline since the 2008. It averaged 288.3 from 2008 to 2017 and it attained its maximum of 761 in 2008.

Sold production of electric mowers for lawns, parks, golf courses or sports grounds in Croatia falls in 2017
Date Number Variation
2017 36.00 -72.93
2016 133.00 0.76
2015 132.00 -21.43
2014 168.00 205.45
2013 55.00 -80.22
2012 278.00 -18.24
2011 340.00 -23.6
2010 445.00 -16.82
2009 535.00 -29.7
2008 761.00 N/A

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