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Nickel silver production in United States drops in 2015

According to new statistics issued by U.S. Geological Survey, the variable went down barely by 0.97% compared with the previous year. Copper alloy production hardly fell from 1 030 metric ton to 1 020 metric ton, contrarily to the prior year when it increased by 0.98 percent. It's the lowest record in its history since 2001. United States saw a diminution of 58.37% in copper alloy production during the last 15 years. Furthermore, the copper alloy production is now below average of 1 549.33 metric ton and the indicator demonstrates a modest overall decrease since the 2001. It attained its maximum of 2 450 metric ton in 2001.

Nickel silver production in United States drops 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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