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Import of tiles, flagstones and similar articles of cement, concrete or artificial stone to Ireland drops in 2017

According to new figures published by European Commission, compared with the previous year the variable diminished by 8.92 percent. Cement import dropped from 4 894 550 Euro to 4 458 090 Euro, compared to the prior year when it rose by 26.32%. The overall changes for the previous 23 years hit an increase of 8.43%. Moreover, it has shown the compound average annual growth rate of 0.02 percent over the 5 years with a marginal overall drop since the 1995. It averaged 11 591 827.83 Euro from 1995 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 37 005 720 Euro in 2008 and record low of 3 155 230 Euro in 2014.

Import of tiles, flagstones and similar articles of cement, concrete or artificial stone to Ireland drops in 2017
Date Euro Variation
2017 4 458 090.00 -8.92
2016 4 894 550.00 26.32
2015 3 874 770.00 22.8
2014 3 155 230.00 -20.07
2013 3 947 410.00 -15.36
2012 4 663 770.00 -13.68
2011 5 402 870.00 -43.55
2010 9 571 450.00 -10.94
2009 10 747 240.00 -70.96
2008 37 005 720.00 38.63

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Main Cement Indicators

  • Cement Import

  • Cement Export

  • Cement Sales

  • Cement Production

    Production of cement, usually expressed in tons. Cement can be defined as a fine powder which sets after a few hours when mixed with water, and then hardens in a few days into a solid, strong material. Cement is mainly used to bind fine sand and coarse aggregates together in concrete. Based on: Cembureau (European Cement Association).

  • Cement Prices

    Price level of cement, usually expressed per ton in national currency. Cement can be defined as a fine powder which sets after a few hours when mixed with water, and then hardens in a few days into a solid, strong material. Cement is mainly used to bind fine sand and coarse aggregates together in concrete. Based on: Cembureau (European Cement Association).