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Export of hairpins, curling pins, hair-curlers and the like from Canada: Increase in 2016

United Nations Statistical Office published that compared to the prior year consumer goods export went up strongly by 58.4%. The variable climbed sharply by 11 147 kilogram, in comparison with the previous year when it decreased by 15.53 percent. Canada saw a diminution of 74.85% in consumer goods export over the past 17 years. Moreover, it has attained a decline at a 0.04 percent average annual growth rate during the last 5 years with a negligible overall fall since the start of observations. It averaged 44 534.35 kilogram from 2000 to 2016 and it hit its all-time high of 132 631 kilogram in 2001 and record low of 19 088 kilogram in 2015.

Export of hairpins, curling pins, hair-curlers and the like from Canada: Increase in 2016
Date Kilogram Variation
2016 30 235.00 58.4
2015 19 088.00 -15.53
2014 22 597.00 -32.4
2013 33 429.00 -9.8
2012 37 063.00 -3.65
2011 38 469.00 78.71
2010 21 526.00 -34.95
2009 33 093.00 -11.43
2008 37 363.00 -37.4
2007 59 685.00 70.83

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