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Re-import of tools, broom handles, bodies of wood to South Africa declines in 2017

Compared to 2016 consumer goods import slightly diminished by 4 percent, according to statistics announced by United Nations Statistical Office. The indicator dropped barely by 0.04 kilogram, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it fell by 96.97 percent. It's new all-time minimum since 2002. South Africa saw a diminution of 96.57% in consumer goods import during the last 16 years. As well as it has had a drop at a 0.63% CAGR over the five years with a modest overall decline since the start of observations. It averaged 564.06 kilogram from 2002 to 2017 and it hit its maximum of 7 172 kilogram in 2008.

Re-import of tools, broom handles, bodies of wood to South Africa declines in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 0.96 -4
2016 1.00 -96.97
2015 33.00 -76.6
2013 141.00 1662.5
2012 8.00 -88.89
2011 72.00 7100
2010 1.00 -99.99
2008 7 172.00 556.78
2006 1 092.00 129.41
2003 476.00 1600

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