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Nickel silver production in United States: Decrease in 2015

Copper alloy production barely went down by 0.97 percent in 2015, according to numbers released by U.S. Geological Survey. The indicator slightly dropped by 10 metric ton, in contrast to the previous year when it increased by 0.98 percent. It reached its 15-year minimum. United States saw a drop of 58.37% in copper alloy production during the last 15 years. Besides, the copper alloy production is now below average of 1 549.33 metric ton and the variable indicates a negligible overall diminution since the start of observations. It hit its maximum of 2 450 metric ton in 2001.

Nickel silver production in United States: Decrease in 2015
Date Metric Ton Variation
2015 1 020.00 -0.97
2014 1 030.00 0.98
2013 1 020.00 -0.97
2012 1 030.00 0.98
2011 1 020.00 -1.92
2010 1 040.00 -1.89
2009 1 060.00 -32.48
2008 1 570.00 =
2007 1 570.00 -25.59
2006 2 110.00 6.03

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