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High-carbon ferrochromium consumption, chromium content in United States decreases in 2017

In 2017 chromium consumption fell barely by 3.5 percent, revised statistics from U.S. Geological Survey present. Chromium consumption negligibly diminished from 225 983 metric ton in 2016 to 218 078 metric ton prior year, versus the previous year when it went up by 3.66%. United States saw a raise of 44.42% in chromium consumption during the last 17 years. Besides, the chromium consumption is now above average of 210 297.71 metric ton and the indicator indicates a modest overall rise since the start of time series. It attained its all-time high of 232 000 metric ton in 2007 and record low of 151 000 metric ton in 2001.

High-carbon ferrochromium consumption, chromium content in United States decreases in 2017
Date Metric Ton Variation
2017 218 078.00 -3.5
2016 225 983.00 3.66
2015 218 000.00 -3.54
2014 226 000.00 3.2
2013 219 000.00 -0.9
2012 221 000.00 0.91
2011 219 000.00 1.86
2010 215 000.00 11.98
2009 192 000.00 -8.13
2008 209 000.00 -9.91

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