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Sold production of electrical insulators of ceramics in Romania falls in 2017

Compared with the previous year building products sold production slightly decreased by 1.49%, new figures from European Commission pinpoint. Building products sold production declined barely from 2 880 257 kilogram to 2 837 290 kilogram, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it went down by 10.76 percent. It's new all-time minimum since 2011. The overall changes for the previous 7 years attained a decline of 13.8%. As well as it has had a negative compound annual growth rate of 0.04 percent during the last five years with a slight overall fall since the 2011. It averaged 3 152 504.86 kilogram from 2011 to 2017 and it reached its maximum of 3 455 388 kilogram in 2012.

Sold production of electrical insulators of ceramics in Romania falls in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 2 837 290.00 -1.49
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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