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Floor space of commercialized buildings under construction in China is unchanged in 2017

The indicator did not change in comparison to the prior year, updated numbers from China National Statistical Office display. The variable was 521 310.22 ten thousand square meter, the same as it has been for the last 2 year. China saw a raise of 1 484.42% in building starts during the last 23 years. Besides, it has shown a rise at a 0.01 percent CAGR during the 5 years with a marginal overall increase since the 1995. It averaged 225 552.63 ten thousand square meter from 1995 to 2017 and it attained its minimum of 30 374.66 ten thousand square meter in 1997.

Floor space of commercialized buildings under construction in China is unchanged in 2017
Date Ten Thousand Square Meter Variation
2017 521 310.22 =
2016 521 310.22 1.9
2015 511 569.53 -0.68
2014 515 096.44 5.91
2013 486 347.34 13.38
2012 428 964.06 10.64
2011 387 705.97 23.18
2010 314 760.13 25.24
2009 251 328.78 12.76
2008 222 891.80 19.33

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  • Construction Starts

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