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Peanut production in South Africa: Fall in 2017

The variable went down by 17.36 percent compared to the prior year, according to updated figures presented by U.S. Department of Agriculture. Peanut production fell by 21 thousand tonnes, in contrast to the previous year when it went up by 404.17%. The overall changes for the prior 46 years reached a drop of 49.24%. Moreover, the peanut production is now smaller than its average which equals 151.65 thousand tonnes and the indicator pinpoints a marginal overall decrease since the start of time series. It hit its all-time high of 537 thousand tonnes in 1973 and record low of 24 thousand tonnes in 2015.

Peanut production in South Africa: Fall in 2017
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
2017 100.00 -17.36
2016 121.00 404.17
2015 24.00 -68
2014 75.00 -24.24
2013 99.00 76.79
2012 56.00 -28.21
2011 78.00 -32.17
2010 115.00 -1.71
2009 117.00 -8.59
2008 128.00 8.47

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