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Re-export of buttons of plastics, not covered with textile from Canada decreases in 2017

The variable strongly declined by 52.63% in 2017, updated figures from United Nations Statistical Office illustrate. Consumer goods export dropped greatly by 222 942.45 US Dollar, in contrast to the previous year when it went up by 428.47 percent. Canada saw an increase of 963.08% in consumer goods export over the past 17 years. Furthermore, it has attained a 0.58 percent compound annual growth rate over the five years with a modest overall raise since the start of time series. It averaged 75 667.91 US Dollar from 2001 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 423 588 US Dollar in 2016 and record low of 14 209 US Dollar in 2009.

Re-export of buttons of plastics, not covered with textile from Canada decreases in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 200 645.55 -52.63
2016 423 588.00 428.47
2015 80 154.00 147.22
2014 32 422.00 4.47
2011 31 035.00 -64.86
2010 88 323.00 521.6
2009 14 209.00 -72.42
2008 51 519.00 -57.89
2007 122 347.00 -9.01
2006 134 457.00 82.85

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