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Import of portland cement, white or white artificially coloured to Niger goes down in 2016

In 2016 the variable fell sharply by 39.4%, adjusted statistics from United Nations Statistical Office indicate. The indicator greatly decreased from 632 608 US Dollar in 2015 to 383 383 US Dollar prior year, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it diminished by 80.86 percent. Niger saw a rise of 164.58% in cement import over the past 22 years. Still it has had a negative average annual growth rate of 0.4 percent over the last five years with a negligible overall increase since the start of observations. It averaged 1 039 329.09 US Dollar from 1995 to 2016 and it attained its all-time high of 5 755 845 US Dollar in 2013 and record low of 85 676 US Dollar in 1998.

Import of portland cement, white or white artificially coloured to Niger goes down in 2016
Date US Dollar Variation
2016 383 383.00 -39.4
2015 632 608.00 -80.86
2014 3 305 142.00 -42.58
2013 5 755 845.00 17.82
2012 4 885 319.00 1101.09
2011 406 740.00 -89.45
2010 3 855 699.00 850.91
2009 405 476.00 -1.06
2008 409 812.00 11.52
2007 367 481.00 99.61

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Main Cement Indicators

  • Cement Import

  • Cement Export

  • Cement Sales

  • Cement Production

    Production of cement, usually expressed in tons. Cement can be defined as a fine powder which sets after a few hours when mixed with water, and then hardens in a few days into a solid, strong material. Cement is mainly used to bind fine sand and coarse aggregates together in concrete. Based on: Cembureau (European Cement Association).

  • Cement Prices

    Price level of cement, usually expressed per ton in national currency. Cement can be defined as a fine powder which sets after a few hours when mixed with water, and then hardens in a few days into a solid, strong material. Cement is mainly used to bind fine sand and coarse aggregates together in concrete. Based on: Cembureau (European Cement Association).