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Re-export of hairpins, curling pins, hair-curlers and the like from Canada: Rise in 2016

The variable increased sharply by 80.07% in comparison with the previous year, new data from United Nations Statistical Office demonstrate. The indicator strongly rose by 12 142 kilogram, versus the prior year when it went down by 20.44 percent. Canada saw a rise of 64.82% in consumer goods export over the past 17 years. Moreover, it has shown a 0.13 percent compound annual growth rate during the five years with a overall increase since the 2000. It averaged 20 480.41 kilogram from 2000 to 2016 and it attained its all-time high of 54 312 kilogram in 2007 and record low of 14 881 kilogram in 2004.

Re-export of hairpins, curling pins, hair-curlers and the like from Canada: Rise in 2016
Date Kilogram Variation
2016 27 306.00 80.07
2015 15 164.00 -20.44
2014 19 059.00 -48.84
2011 37 254.00 112.18
2010 17 558.00 -42.92
2009 30 759.00 -15.22
2008 36 283.00 -33.2
2007 54 312.00 77
2006 30 684.00 47.66
2005 20 780.00 39.64

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