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Export of registers, account books, note books and diaries from Australia: Raise in 2016

According to statistics published by United Nations Statistical Office, consumer goods export greatly climbed by 41.5 percent in comparison with the previous year. The indicator rose sharply by 700 095 US Dollar, compared with the prior year when it dropped by 10.23%. Australia saw an increase of 182.32% in consumer goods export during the last 29 years. Furthermore, it has had a raise at a 0.01 percent compound average annual growth rate during the last 5 years with a marginal overall growth since the start of time series. It averaged 2 028 641.07 US Dollar from 1988 to 2016 and it hit its all-time high of 5 260 203 US Dollar in 1996 and record low of 831 711 US Dollar in 2000.

Export of registers, account books, note books and diaries from Australia: Raise in 2016
Date US Dollar Variation
2016 2 387 199.00 41.5
2015 1 687 104.00 -10.23
2014 1 879 360.00 17.82
2013 1 595 160.00 -29.26
2012 2 255 056.00 -33.91
2011 3 412 211.00 86.19
2010 1 832 660.00 31.88
2009 1 389 641.00 -22.63
2008 1 796 062.00 3.67
2007 1 732 417.00 42.94

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