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Full-service restaurants expenses in Canada: Rise in 2017

Compared with one year earlier the indicator barely grew by 4.81 percent, according to adjusted figures published by Canada National Statistical Office. It's the highest number ever observed since 2001 as food services expenses increased negligibly from 29 176.4 million Canadian Dollars to 30 580.46 million Canadian Dollars, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it went up by 5.67%. Canada saw a growth of 119.52% in food services expenses during the last 17 years. Furthermore, it has had a 0.04% CAGR over the 5 years with a modest overall increase since the 2001. It averaged 20 697.72 million Canadian Dollars from 2001 to 2017 and it reached its minimum of 13 930.4 million Canadian Dollars in 2001.

Full-service restaurants expenses in Canada: Rise in 2017
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
2017 30 580.46 4.81
2016 29 176.40 5.67
2015 27 611.70 4.72
2014 26 368.30 6.53
2013 24 753.10 8.72
2012 22 768.00 13.73
2011 20 019.80 4.09
2010 19 233.60 1.09
2009 19 026.80 -1.81
2008 19 378.40 4.86

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