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Sold production of electrical apparatus for switching electrical circuits for a voltage less than 1 kv in Italy: Stagnancy in 2017

European Commission announced that in comparison to the previous year electrical equipment sold production did not change. For the 2nd consecutive year, the electrical equipment sold production remained steady at 292 935 008 Euro. Italy saw a diminution of 37.18% in electrical equipment sold production during the last 18 years. Furthermore, it has had a 0.07 percent average annual growth rate during the last five years with a marginal overall decrease since the start of time series. It averaged 392 027 754.67 Euro from 2000 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 586 366 016 Euro in 2007 and record low of 133 034 000 Euro in 2014.

Sold production of electrical apparatus for switching electrical circuits for a voltage less than 1 kv in Italy: Stagnancy in 2017
Date Euro Variation
2017 292 935 008.00 =
2016 292 935 008.00 2.54
2015 285 689 984.00 114.75
2014 133 034 000.00 -36.55
2013 209 670 000.00 -17.97
2012 255 587 008.00 -34.21
2011 388 511 008.00 18.03
2010 329 150 016.00 8.01
2009 304 744 992.00 -27.74
2008 421 734 016.00 -28.08

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