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Import of nails and tacks, drawing pins, staples of copper to Argentina declines in 2017

Copper import went down by 14.87% in comparison with 2016, according to revised data presented by United Nations Statistical Office. Copper import dropped from 7 000 kilogram to 5 959.06 kilogram, contrarily to the prior year when it rose by 443.48 percent. The overall changes for the previous 25 years hit a decline of 63.65%. Furthermore, it has shown a decrease at a 0.13 percent compound annual growth rate over the last 5 years with a modest overall fall since the start of time series. It averaged 6 873.96 kilogram from 1993 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 29 717 kilogram in 2008 and record low of 172 kilogram in 2012.

Import of nails and tacks, drawing pins, staples of copper to Argentina declines in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 5 959.06 -14.87
2016 7 000.00 443.48
2015 1 288.00 -59.61
2014 3 189.00 -72.69
2013 11 679.00 6690.12
2012 172.00 -88.56
2011 1 504.00 -65.78
2010 4 395.00 -20.31
2009 5 515.00 -81.44
2008 29 717.00 204.63

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