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Export of refined copper wire of less than 6 mm wide from Brazil climbs in 2017

Copper export rose by 15.58% in 2017, according to new numbers published by United Nations Statistical Office. It shows the all-time peak since 1989 as the indicator went up by 2 232 057 kilogram, versus the prior year when it fell by 11.24 percent. The overall changes for the previous 29 years reached a rise of 32 336.08%. Besides, it has had the average annual growth rate of 0.1% during the 5 years with a marginal overall increase since the 1989. It averaged 3 692 276.97 kilogram from 1989 to 2017 and it attained its minimum of 1 230 kilogram in 1990.

Export of refined copper wire of less than 6 mm wide from Brazil climbs in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 16 560 887.00 15.58
2016 14 328 830.00 -11.24
2015 16 142 586.00 37.31
2014 11 756 543.00 13.15
2013 10 390 687.00 4.41
2012 9 952 250.00 70.39
2011 5 840 941.00 41.5
2010 4 127 817.00 -15.18
2009 4 866 429.00 26.39
2008 3 850 262.00 13.44

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