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Chromium consumption in Argentina decreases in 2015

Chromium consumption declined by 29.17 percent in comparison to the previous year, refreshed data from U.S. Geological Survey constitute. The indicator dropped from 24 thousand tonnes in 2014 to 17 thousand tonnes prior year, in contrast to the previous year when it went up by 14.29%. The overall changes for the prior 13 years hit a rise of 30.77%. Furthermore, the chromium consumption is now below average of 19.54 thousand tonnes and the variable highlights a overall increase since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 24 thousand tonnes in 2014 and record low of 13 thousand tonnes in 2003.

Chromium consumption in Argentina decreases in 2015
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
2015 17.00 -29.17
2014 24.00 14.29
2013 21.00 =
2012 21.00 23.49
2011 17.01 -10.5
2010 19.00 -5
2009 20.00 -16.67
2008 24.00 50
2007 16.00 -23.81
2006 21.00 =

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