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Re-export of fresh or chilled boneless bovine cuts from Canada declines in 2017

United Nations Statistical Office announced that in comparison with the previous year cattle export fell negligibly by 1.8%. Cattle export barely went down from 9 569 kilogram in 2016 to 9 397 kilogram prior year, versus the previous year when it climbed by 30%. Canada saw a decrease of 49.75% in cattle export over the past 17 years. Besides, it has had a 0.08 percent average annual growth rate during the 5 years with a modest overall drop since the 2001. It averaged 9 135.59 kilogram from 2001 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 36 208 kilogram in 2008 and record low of 1 822 kilogram in 2009.

Re-export of fresh or chilled boneless bovine cuts from Canada declines in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 9 397.00 -1.8
2016 9 569.00 30
2015 7 361.00 7.38
2014 6 855.00 -62.64
2010 18 349.00 907.08
2009 1 822.00 -94.97
2008 36 208.00 74.97
2007 20 694.00 -21.46
2004 26 348.00 40.88
2001 18 702.00 N/A

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