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Lead in concentrates production in Canada: Decline in 2014

U.S. Geological Survey announced that compared with the prior year lead production sharply declined by 80.19%. It indicates the all-time minimum since 1998 as lead production fell greatly by 16 188 metric ton, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it dropped by 67.03%. The overall changes for the prior 17 years attained a decrease of 97.89%. As well as it has attained a negative average annual growth rate of 0.43 percent over the last 5 years with a negligible overall diminution since the 1998. It averaged 90 217.47 metric ton from 1998 to 2014 and it reached its maximum of 189 752 metric ton in 1998.

Lead in concentrates production in Canada: Decline in 2014
Date Metric Ton Variation
2014 4 000.00 -80.19
2013 20 188.00 -67.03
2012 61 224.00 -9.3
2011 67 505.00 4.1
2010 64 845.00 -5.8
2009 68 839.00 -31.03
2008 99 810.00 32.84
2007 75 135.00 -9.58
2006 83 096.00 4.85
2005 79 254.00 3.29

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