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Secondary nickel industrial consumption in United States decreases in 2013

Compared to the previous year nickel consumption went down barely by 1.22 percent, new data from U.S. Geological Survey reveal. The indicator dropped hardly from 89 900 metric ton to 88 800 metric ton, contrarily to the prior year when it increased by 0.67%. United States saw a drop of 11.02% in nickel consumption over the past 12 years. Likewise, it has attained the compound average annual growth rate of 0.02 percent over the 5 years with a modest overall fall since the start of time series. It averaged 91 125 metric ton from 2002 to 2013 and it reached its all-time high of 108 000 metric ton in 2006 and record low of 77 300 metric ton in 2005.

Secondary nickel industrial consumption in United States decreases in 2013
Date Metric Ton Variation
2013 88 800.00 -1.22
2012 89 900.00 0.67
2011 89 300.00 -14.95
2010 105 000.00 31.58
2009 79 800.00 -6.34
2008 85 200.00 -9.07
2007 93 700.00 -13.24
2006 108 000.00 39.72
2005 77 300.00 -7.2
2004 83 300.00 -10.81

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