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Sold production of electrical insulators of ceramics in Romania: Stagnancy in 2017

The indicator did not change in comparison with the prior year, according to new figures released by European Commission. For the 2nd consecutive year, the variable remained the same at 2 880 257 kilogram. Romania saw a diminution of 12.5% in building products sold production during the last 7 years. Moreover, it has had a negative average annual growth rate of 0.03 percent during the five years with a marginal overall fall since the start of observations. It averaged 3 158 643 kilogram from 2011 to 2017 and it attained its maximum of 3 455 388 kilogram in 2012.

Sold production of electrical insulators of ceramics in Romania: Stagnancy in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 2 880 257.00 =
2016 2 880 257.00 -10.76
2015 3 227 369.00 9.69
2014 2 942 152.00 -14.31
2013 3 433 379.00 -0.64
2012 3 455 388.00 4.97
2011 3 291 699.00 N/A

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