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Re-export of registers, account books, note books and diaries from Hong Kong: Drop in 2017

Compared with the previous year consumer goods export decreased by 14.73%, according to updated statistics issued by United Nations Statistical Office. The variable fell from 59 720 284 US Dollar to 50 921 900 US Dollar, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it went down by 3.01 percent. It's the lowest value on record since 1993. The overall changes for the previous 25 years hit a decrease of 10.43%. Furthermore, it has shown a negative compound average annual growth rate of 0.08 percent over the five years with a modest overall fall since the start of observations. It averaged 134 688 393.92 US Dollar from 1993 to 2017 and it attained its maximum of 224 824 080 US Dollar in 2000.

Re-export of registers, account books, note books and diaries from Hong Kong: Drop in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 50 921 900.00 -14.73
2016 59 720 284.00 -3.01
2015 61 571 036.00 -9.29
2014 67 875 696.00 -13.12
2013 78 123 456.00 -26.37
2012 106 095 664.00 -13.79
2011 123 066 304.00 4.64
2010 117 606 720.00 10.04
2009 106 879 040.00 -33.72
2008 161 256 752.00 4.79

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