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Copper sulfate production in United States: Drop in 2015

Compared to the previous year the variable dropped by 19.23%, according to refreshed statistics published by U.S. Geological Survey. It's the lowest ever noticed since 1998 as the indicator went down from 22 900 metric ton to 18 497 metric ton, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it declined by 0.43 percent. The overall changes for the previous 18 years hit a diminution of 57.96%. Moreover, it has attained a negative average annual growth rate of 0.04 percent during the last five years with a marginal overall decline since the start of observations. It averaged 30 955.39 metric ton from 1998 to 2015 and it reached its maximum of 55 500 metric ton in 2000.

Copper sulfate production in United States: Drop in 2015
Date Metric Ton Variation
2015 18 497.00 -19.23
2014 22 900.00 -0.43
2013 23 000.00 2.22
2012 22 500.00 -1.32
2011 22 800.00 -3.8
2010 23 700.00 5.8
2009 22 400.00 1.82
2008 22 000.00 7.32
2007 20 500.00 5.13
2006 19 500.00 -23.83

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