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Import of frozen bone-in swine hams, shoulders and cuts to Mexico: Decrease in 2017

United Nations Statistical Office announced that pork import went down greatly by 49.85% compared with the previous year. The indicator diminished strongly by 3 424 583 kilogram, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it fell by 3.66 percent. Mexico saw a diminution of 40.23% in pork import over the past 28 years. Besides, it has shown a decline at a 0.16% CAGR during the last 5 years with a negligible overall drop since the 1990. It averaged 10 694 370.36 kilogram from 1990 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 42 268 272 kilogram in 2001 and record low of 2 696 589 kilogram in 2011.

Import of frozen bone-in swine hams, shoulders and cuts to Mexico: Decrease in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 3 444 610.00 -49.85
2016 6 869 193.00 -3.66
2015 7 129 896.00 -14.4
2014 8 329 721.00 -1.29
2013 8 438 619.00 73.28
2012 4 870 037.00 80.6
2011 2 696 589.00 -62.61
2010 7 212 723.00 -17.28
2009 8 719 371.00 -7.43
2008 9 418 730.00 6.17

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