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Import of portland cement, other than white cement to Sao Tome and Principe: Raise in 2016

In 2016 the variable grew by 19.75 percent, according to figures published by United Nations Statistical Office. Cement import rose from 20 941 164 kilogram in 2015 to 25 076 892 kilogram previous year, in contrast to the prior year when it went down by 16.52 percent. Sao Tome and Principe saw a growth of 85.53% in cement import over the past 18 years. As well as it has attained an increase at a 0.17% compound average annual growth rate during the five years with a marginal overall raise since the 1999. It averaged 15 114 444.39 kilogram from 1999 to 2016 and it reached its all-time high of 31 732 108 kilogram in 2013 and record low of 5 650 555 kilogram in 2005.

Import of portland cement, other than white cement to Sao Tome and Principe: Raise in 2016
Date Kilogram Variation
2016 25 076 892.00 19.75
2015 20 941 164.00 -16.52
2014 25 086 004.00 -20.94
2013 31 732 108.00 179.09
2012 11 369 931.00 85.8
2011 6 119 487.00 -70.71
2010 20 889 820.00 79.4
2009 11 643 995.00 -6.63
2008 12 470 516.00 3.37
2007 12 064 385.00 -0.18

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Main Cement Indicators

  • Cement Import

  • Cement Export

  • Cement Production

    Production of cement, usually expressed in tons. Cement can be defined as a fine powder which sets after a few hours when mixed with water, and then hardens in a few days into a solid, strong material. Cement is mainly used to bind fine sand and coarse aggregates together in concrete. Based on: Cembureau (European Cement Association).

  • Cement Sales

  • Cement Prices

    Price level of cement, usually expressed per ton in national currency. Cement can be defined as a fine powder which sets after a few hours when mixed with water, and then hardens in a few days into a solid, strong material. Cement is mainly used to bind fine sand and coarse aggregates together in concrete. Based on: Cembureau (European Cement Association).