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Chromium consumption in Japan goes down in 2017

Chromium consumption diminished by 12.7% in 2017, new statistics from U.S. Geological Survey highlight. The variable fell by 59.05 thousand tonnes, in comparison to the previous year when it rose by 14.82 percent. Japan saw a drop of 23.83% in chromium consumption during the last 15 years. Compared to its average, the chromium consumption is now lower as the mean equals 489.34 thousand tonnes and the indicator reveals a negligible overall decline since the 2003. It reached its all-time high of 592 thousand tonnes in 2004 and record low of 404 thousand tonnes in 2013.

Chromium consumption in Japan goes down in 2017
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
2017 405.97 -12.7
2016 465.02 14.82
2015 405.00 -13.09
2014 466.00 15.35
2013 404.00 -4.94
2012 425.00 -10.18
2011 473.15 5.61
2010 448.00 -11.98
2009 509.00 -4.68
2008 534.00 -3.61

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