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Iron ore production, gross weight, in New Zealand falls in 2014

U.S. Geological Survey reported that iron ore production decreased by 23.98 percent compared with the previous year. The indicator went down from 3 157 thousand tonnes in 2013 to 2 400 thousand tonnes prior year, contrarily to the previous year when it increased by 31.82 percent. New Zealand saw a growth of 13.21% in iron ore production over the past 17 years. In comparison with its average, the iron ore production is now higher as the mean equals 2 221.53 thousand tonnes and the variable demonstrates a modest overall raise since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 3 157 thousand tonnes in 2013 and record low of 1 636 thousand tonnes in 2001.

Iron ore production, gross weight, in New Zealand falls in 2014
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
2014 2 400.00 -23.98
2013 3 157.00 31.82
2012 2 395.00 1.61
2011 2 357.00 -3.36
2010 2 439.00 16.59
2009 2 092.00 3.56
2008 2 020.00 17.24
2007 1 723.00 -19.71
2006 2 146.00 -5.46
2005 2 270.00 -2.55

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