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Sold production of electric mowers for lawns, parks, golf courses or sports grounds in Italy grows in 2017

European Commission published that compared to the previous year agricultural machinery sold production went up by 14.5 percent. The variable grew by 3 203 000 Euro, contrarily to the prior year when it declined by 11.89 percent. The overall changes for the previous 23 years reached a growth of 33.16%. Likewise, it has shown the CAGR of 0.03 percent over the 5 years with a modest overall diminution since the start of observations. It averaged 32 470 564.17 Euro from 1995 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 70 894 000 Euro in 2003 and record low of 4 802 000 Euro in 2011.

Sold production of electric mowers for lawns, parks, golf courses or sports grounds in Italy grows in 2017
Date Euro Variation
2017 25 292 000.00 14.5
2016 22 089 000.00 -11.89
2015 25 069 000.00 51.84
2014 16 510 000.00 -25
2013 22 012 000.00 27.08
2012 17 322 000.00 260.72
2011 4 802 000.00 -15.11
2010 5 657 000.00 -24.91
2009 7 534 000.00 -30.36
2008 10 818 000.00 -75.14

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