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Import of salted, dried or smoked swine bellies to Canada decreases in 2017

The indicator dropped by 6.64% in comparison with the previous year, adjusted numbers from United Nations Statistical Office constitute. Pork import decreased from 44 970 552 US Dollar to 41 983 608 US Dollar, contrarily to the previous year when it increased by 18.19%. The overall changes for the prior 29 years attained a growth of 5 970.6%. Moreover, it has attained a 0.14 percent compound average annual growth rate during the last five years with a marginal overall raise since the start of observations. It averaged 11 685 984.34 US Dollar from 1989 to 2017 and it hit its all-time high of 44 970 552 US Dollar in 2016 and record low of 49 444 US Dollar in 1998.

Import of salted, dried or smoked swine bellies to Canada decreases in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 41 983 608.00 -6.64
2016 44 970 552.00 18.19
2015 38 050 240.00 30.96
2014 29 055 660.00 33.58
2013 21 751 454.00 -32.28
2012 32 120 000.00 76.75
2011 18 172 992.00 502.27
2010 3 017 422.00 -43.21
2009 5 313 190.00 1168.92
2008 418 717.00 -92.98

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