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Sold production of electric mowers for lawns, parks, golf courses or sports grounds in Croatia: Raise in 2016

Compared to the prior year agricultural machinery sold production increased slightly by 0.76%, revised numbers from European Commission display. The variable climbed barely from 132 in 2015 to 133 previous year, versus the prior year when it fell by 21.43 percent. The overall changes for the previous 9 years attained a decrease of 82.52%. Likewise, it has had a drop at a 0.14 percent CAGR over the last 5 years with a marginal overall diminution since the start of time series. It averaged 316.33 from 2008 to 2016 and it reached its all-time high of 761 in 2008 and record low of 55 in 2013.

Sold production of electric mowers for lawns, parks, golf courses or sports grounds in Croatia: Raise in 2016
Date Number Variation
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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