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Import of siliceous fossil meals and earths to Madagascar increases in 2016

According to numbers released by United Nations Statistical Office, compared with one year earlier the variable sharply went up by 32.03 percent. The indicator increased greatly from 134 002 US Dollar to 176 926 US Dollar, versus the previous year when it went down by 36.46%. Madagascar saw a rise of 263.3% in import of siliceous fossil meals and earths over the past 27 years. Still it has shown a diminution at a 0.01% compound annual growth rate during the five years with a modest overall increase since the start of time series. It averaged 99 646.41 US Dollar from 1990 to 2016 and it attained its all-time high of 322 373 US Dollar in 2010 and record low of 12 666 US Dollar in 1995.

Import of siliceous fossil meals and earths to Madagascar increases in 2016
Date US Dollar Variation
2016 176 926.00 32.03
2015 134 002.00 -36.46
2014 210 878.00 41.77
2013 148 750.00 -21.19
2012 188 738.00 -18.58
2011 231 819.00 -28.09
2010 322 373.00 111.81
2009 152 201.00 335.97
2008 34 911.00 -37.66
2007 56 003.00 140.27