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Import of frozen bone-in bovine cuts to Israel goes up in 2016

According to revised figures announced by United Nations Statistical Office, in comparison to the prior year the indicator greatly rose by 83.51%. Cattle import increased sharply from 5 289 000 US Dollar in 2015 to 9 706 000 US Dollar previous year, contrarily to the prior year when it diminished by 17.39 percent. Israel saw a growth of 1 623.98% in cattle import during the last 22 years. As well as it has shown the average annual growth rate of 0.29 percent over the last 5 years with a slight overall raise since the start of observations. It averaged 4 675 227.27 US Dollar from 1995 to 2016 and it attained its all-time high of 16 008 000 US Dollar in 1998 and record low of 563 000 US Dollar in 1995.

Import of frozen bone-in bovine cuts to Israel goes up in 2016
Date US Dollar Variation
2016 9 706 000.00 83.51
2015 5 289 000.00 -17.39
2014 6 402 000.00 45.57
2013 4 398 000.00 59.23
2012 2 762 000.00 -69.12
2011 8 944 000.00 488.03
2010 1 521 000.00 31.57
2009 1 156 000.00 -73.46
2008 4 356 000.00 88.08
2007 2 316 000.00 -1.45

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