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Re-export of ink-pads from New Zealand: Drop in 2017

Consumer goods export sharply diminished by 55.33 percent in comparison to the prior year, according to refreshed numbers published by United Nations Statistical Office. The indicator strongly went down by 166, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it dropped by 95.56 percent. It's new all-time minimum since 1989. New Zealand saw a decline of 86.6% in consumer goods export over the past 29 years. As well as it has attained a negative compound annual growth rate of 0.6% over the last five years with a slight overall rise since the 1989. It averaged 19 563.07 from 1989 to 2017 and it reached its maximum of 290 813 in 2012.

Re-export of ink-pads from New Zealand: Drop in 2017
Date Number Variation
2017 134.00 -55.33
2016 300.00 -95.56
2015 6 756.00 -74.33
2014 26 319.00 93.52
2013 13 600.00 -95.32
2012 290 813.00 1566.45
2011 17 451.00 678.71
2010 2 241.00 198.01
2009 752.00 -95.96
2008 18 609.00 124.2

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