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Import of lead waste or scrap to Canada: Decline in 2017

United Nations Statistical Office announced that lead import went down by 25.69 percent compared to 2016. The variable fell by 1 293 299 kilogram, contrarily to the previous year when it increased by 24.12%. It's new all-time minimum since 1989. The overall changes for the prior 29 years attained a decline of 85.97%. Moreover, it has attained a drop at a 0.1% compound annual growth rate over the last five years with a marginal overall diminution since the start of observations. It averaged 48 316 363.62 kilogram from 1989 to 2017 and it reached its maximum of 110 109 632 kilogram in 1999.

Import of lead waste or scrap to Canada: Decline in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 3 741 457.00 -25.69
2016 5 034 756.00 24.12
2015 4 056 323.00 -6.56
2014 4 341 239.00 -33.16
2013 6 494 564.00 48.67
2012 4 368 307.00 -13.29
2011 5 038 116.00 -37.72
2010 8 089 311.00 -89.74
2009 78 836 000.00 -15.53
2008 93 330 200.00 44.02

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