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Sold production of electric cooking plates, boiling rings and hobs for domestic use in Croatia: Growth in 2017

European Commission reported that kitchen appliance sold production increased by 23.65% in comparison to the previous year. The variable climbed from 4 669 in 2016 to 5 773 prior year, in contrast to the previous year when it declined by 54.67 percent. Croatia saw a decline of 68.08% in kitchen appliance sold production over the past 7 years. Furthermore, it has attained a negative compound average annual growth rate of 0.15 percent over the last five years with a negligible overall diminution since the 2011. It averaged 10 056.29 from 2011 to 2017 and it hit its all-time high of 18 085 in 2011 and record low of 4 476 in 2014.

Sold production of electric cooking plates, boiling rings and hobs for domestic use in Croatia: Growth in 2017
Date Number Variation
2017 5 773.00 23.65
2016 4 669.00 -54.67
2015 10 300.00 130.12
2014 4 476.00 -65.93
2013 13 138.00 -5.84
2012 13 953.00 -22.85
2011 18 085.00 N/A

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