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Import of frozen sheep, goat, ass, mule, hinnie edible offal to Ireland: Decline in 2017

In 2017 edible offal import declined greatly by 85.48 percent, according to numbers presented by United Nations Statistical Office. The indicator fell sharply from 13 778 kilogram in 2016 to 2 000 kilogram prior year, in contrast to the previous year when it climbed by 106.44%. Ireland saw a decline of 99.39% in edible offal import during the last 26 years. Furthermore, it has shown a negative compound average annual growth rate of 0.33% over the 5 years with a negligible overall diminution since the 1992. It averaged 83 005.27 kilogram from 1992 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 329 857 kilogram in 1992 and record low of 936 kilogram in 2006.

Import of frozen sheep, goat, ass, mule, hinnie edible offal to Ireland: Decline in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 2 000.00 -85.48
2016 13 778.00 106.44
2015 6 674.00 115.08
2014 3 103.00 -78.73
2013 14 586.00 -57.23
2012 34 100.00 996.46
2011 3 110.00 -98.25
2010 177 942.00 99.9
2009 89 015.00 5.58
2007 84 312.00 8907.69

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