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Export of frozen bovine edible offal from Lithuania goes up in 2017

Compared with the prior year the indicator slightly rose by 3.86 percent, revised data from United Nations Statistical Office present. Cattle export went up negligibly from 3 444 819 US Dollar in 2016 to 3 577 960 US Dollar previous year, versus the prior year when it fell by 14.71 percent. Lithuania saw a increase of 1 888.23% in cattle export during the last 24 years. Furthermore, it has had a 0.04% compound average annual growth rate over the last five years with a slight overall rise since the start of time series. It averaged 1 471 489.71 US Dollar from 1994 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 6 977 992 US Dollar in 2014 and record low of 7 036 US Dollar in 2002.

Export of frozen bovine edible offal from Lithuania goes up in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 3 577 960.00 3.86
2016 3 444 819.00 -14.71
2015 4 039 119.00 -42.12
2014 6 977 992.00 132.84
2013 2 996 869.00 10.22
2012 2 718 869.00 -13.34
2011 3 137 247.00 47
2010 2 134 126.00 75.95
2009 1 212 885.00 -18.47
2008 1 487 744.00 25.51

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