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Re-export of footwear incorporating a protective metal toe-cap with uppers of leather from Sri Lanka: Drop in 2017

In 2017 footwear export greatly decreased by 56.92%, according to statistics released by United Nations Statistical Office. It hit its 6-year minimum as the indicator strongly declined from 936 US Dollar to 403.26 US Dollar, versus the previous year when it rose by 98.73 percent. Sri Lanka saw a fall of 88.02% in footwear export over the past 6 years. Furthermore, it has had a decline at a 0.27 percent compound average annual growth rate over the last 5 years with a slight overall diminution since the start of time series. It averaged 1 101.88 US Dollar from 2012 to 2017 and it attained its maximum of 3 366 US Dollar in 2012.

Re-export of footwear incorporating a protective metal toe-cap with uppers of leather from Sri Lanka: Drop in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 403.26 -56.92
2016 936.00 98.73
2015 471.00 -67.18
2014 1 435.00 -57.37
2012 3 366.00 N/A

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