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Wholesale trade cost of goods sold in Canada: Stagnancy in 2017

Wholesale trade cost of goods sold remained stable in comparison to the previous year, updated numbers from Canada National Statistical Office highlight. For the 2nd consecutive year, the indicator was 793 031 168 thousand Canadian Dollars. Canada saw a rise of 135.73% in wholesale trade cost of goods sold over the past 19 years. Compared to its average, the wholesale trade cost of goods sold is now bigger as the mean equals 597 729 242.95 thousand Canadian Dollars and the variable indicates a modest overall increase since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 880 379 072 thousand Canadian Dollars in 2014 and record low of 336 407 968 thousand Canadian Dollars in 1999.

Wholesale trade cost of goods sold in Canada: Stagnancy in 2017
Date Thousand Canadian Dollars Variation
2017 793 031 168.00 =
2016 793 031 168.00 -2.2
2015 810 889 088.00 -7.89
2014 880 379 072.00 8.31
2013 812 803 904.00 13.2
2012 718 036 736.00 6.84
2011 672 074 496.00 7.73
2010 623 877 312.00 9.59
2009 569 274 816.00 -8.16
2008 619 875 264.00 9.79

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