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Re-export of duplicating stylos, pen and pencil holders from United States declines in 2017

Compared to one year earlier consumer goods export decreased by 8.71%, according to figures issued by United Nations Statistical Office. Consumer goods export declined by 328 567 US Dollar, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it fell by 9.84%. The overall changes for the previous 27 years hit a drop of 61.26%. As well as it has shown a rise at a 0.02% compound average annual growth rate over the last five years with a negligible overall fall since the start of observations. It averaged 2 080 220.74 US Dollar from 1991 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 8 895 749 US Dollar in 1991 and record low of 284 000 US Dollar in 1996.

Re-export of duplicating stylos, pen and pencil holders from United States declines in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 3 445 869.00 -8.71
2016 3 774 436.00 -9.84
2015 4 186 527.00 124.43
2014 1 865 441.00 -38.82
2013 3 049 295.00 12.57
2012 2 708 742.00 45.7
2011 1 859 086.00 99.17
2010 933 413.00 -4.87
2009 981 170.00 -68.97
2008 3 162 426.00 11.65

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