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Secondary refined lead production in Canada declines in 2014

U.S. Geological Survey announced that lead production fell by 5.39 percent compared with the prior year. The indicator diminished from 159 595 metric ton in 2013 to 151 000 metric ton previous year, in comparison to the prior year when it increased by 10.39%. Canada saw a growth of 11.24% in lead production during the last 17 years. However, it has attained a diminution at a 0.02% CAGR during the last five years with a negligible overall rise since the start of observations. It averaged 136 628 metric ton from 1998 to 2014 and it reached its all-time high of 170 059 metric ton in 2011 and record low of 103 921 metric ton in 2001.

Secondary refined lead production in Canada declines in 2014
Date Metric Ton Variation
2014 151 000.00 -5.39
2013 159 595.00 10.39
2012 144 570.00 -14.99
2011 170 059.00 1.77
2010 167 101.00 6.18
2009 157 370.00 2.48
2008 153 568.00 8.83
2007 141 111.00 4.93
2006 134 475.00 11.84
2005 120 241.00 9.86

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