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Sold production of electric cooking plates, boiling rings and hobs for domestic use in Portugal rises in 2017

In comparison with the prior year the indicator went up by 14.09 percent, new numbers from European Commission indicate. It reveals the all-time maximum since 2011 as the variable rose by 229 664 Euro, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it grew by 25.11%. Portugal saw a growth of 245.24% in kitchen appliance sold production over the past 7 years. Moreover, it has shown a rise at a 0.22 percent CAGR during the last 5 years with a negligible overall raise since the start of time series. It averaged 1 093 098.29 Euro from 2011 to 2017 and it hit its minimum of 538 694 Euro in 2011.

Sold production of electric cooking plates, boiling rings and hobs for domestic use in Portugal rises in 2017
Date Euro Variation
2017 1 859 768.00 14.09
2016 1 630 104.00 25.11
2015 1 302 957.00 83.06
2014 711 781.00 1.89
2013 698 569.00 -23.22
2012 909 815.00 68.89
2011 538 694.00 N/A

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