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Export of copper and copper alloy waste or scrap from Belarus: Decrease in 2016

United Nations Statistical Office reported that in comparison to the prior year copper export sharply went down by 51.66 percent. The indicator fell greatly by 917 208 kilogram, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it declined by 7.06%. It reached its 19-year minimum. Belarus saw a decrease of 82.75% in copper export over the past 19 years. Furthermore, it has had a drop at a 0.18% average annual growth rate over the five years with a negligible overall decline since the start of observations. It averaged 5 489 842.74 kilogram from 1998 to 2016 and it hit its maximum of 26 381 440 kilogram in 2002.

Export of copper and copper alloy waste or scrap from Belarus: Decrease in 2016
Date Kilogram Variation
2016 858 425.00 -51.66
2015 1 775 633.00 -7.06
2014 1 910 486.00 -12.31
2013 2 178 599.00 -7.55
2012 2 356 580.00 -0.27
2011 2 362 914.00 -16.23
2010 2 820 633.00 -6.49
2009 3 016 325.00 -18.28
2008 3 691 011.00 6.68
2007 3 459 839.00 2.14

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