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Sold production of electrical apparatus for protecting electrical circuits for a voltage less than 1 kv and for a current 16 a - 125 an in Croatia: Decline in 2017

Electrical equipment sold production slightly declined by 4.03% in comparison with the previous year, new statistics from European Commission highlight. The variable dropped barely from 444 305 to 426 396, compared with the prior year when it increased by 17.1%. The overall changes for the previous 17 years reached a decrease of 1.75%. As well as it has shown a raise at a 0.01% compound annual growth rate over the last five years with a modest overall diminution since the start of time series. It averaged 415 321.88 from 2001 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 554 764 in 2003 and record low of 279 853 in 2009.

Sold production of electrical apparatus for protecting electrical circuits for a voltage less than 1 kv and for a current 16 a - 125 an in Croatia: Decline in 2017
Date Number Variation
2017 426 396.00 -4.03
2016 444 305.00 17.1
2015 379 413.00 -7.67
2014 410 920.00 2.47
2013 401 004.00 2.59
2012 390 894.00 9.6
2011 356 649.00 23.12
2010 289 672.00 3.51
2009 279 853.00 -36.22
2008 438 770.00 7.48

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