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Low-carbon ferrochromium consumption, gross quantity in United States falls in 2015

In comparison to the previous year chromium consumption went down by 7.12 percent, refreshed data from U.S. Geological Survey show. The indicator declined by 2 000 metric ton, versus the prior year when it grew by 10.63%. United States saw a drop of 26.69% in chromium consumption during the last 15 years. Moreover, the chromium consumption is now smaller than its average which equals 33 006.67 metric ton and the variable indicates a slight overall decline since the 2001. It hit its all-time high of 43 800 metric ton in 2008 and record low of 25 400 metric ton in 2013.

Low-carbon ferrochromium consumption, gross quantity in United States falls in 2015
Date Metric Ton Variation
2015 26 100.00 -7.12
2014 28 100.00 10.63
2013 25 400.00 -0.78
2012 25 600.00 -4.12
2011 26 700.00 -16.56
2010 32 000.00 16.79
2009 27 400.00 -37.44
2008 43 800.00 0.92
2007 43 400.00 18.58
2006 36 600.00 1.1

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