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Household expenditure on communication in Japan goes up in 2016

Communication expenditure rose hardly by 2.07 percent in comparison to the previous year, according to figures presented by Japan National Statistical Office. It's the highest record ever noticed since 2003 as communication expenditure slightly grew from 128 875 Japanese Yen to 131 546 Japanese Yen, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it climbed by 3.01%. The overall changes for the previous 14 years attained a increase of 10.78%. Likewise, it has attained a raise at a 0.01% average annual growth rate during the five years with a marginal overall rise since the start of observations. It averaged 123 248.57 Japanese Yen from 2003 to 2016 and it reached its minimum of 118 742 Japanese Yen in 2003.

Household expenditure on communication in Japan goes up in 2016
Date Japanese Yen Variation
2016 131 546.00 2.07
2015 128 875.00 3.01
2014 125 108.00 1.22
2013 123 596.00 0.15
2012 123 405.00 0.02
2011 123 384.00 0.73
2010 122 492.00 -0.8
2009 123 475.00 0.45
2008 122 927.00 0.4
2007 122 440.00 1.85

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