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Import of extracts of glands for therapeutic use to Ireland: Growth in 2017

United Nations Statistical Office reported that in comparison with 2016 pharmaceutical import increased greatly by 113.39%. It displays the all-time high since 1992 as the variable climbed sharply by 3 664 360.5 US Dollar, contrarily to the previous year when it dropped by 18.18%. The overall changes for the prior 26 years attained a growth of 2 434.35%. Likewise, it has attained a 0.29 percent average annual growth rate over the last five years with a marginal overall raise since the start of observations. It averaged 1 249 936.5 US Dollar from 1992 to 2017 and it hit its minimum of 32 369 US Dollar in 1997.

Import of extracts of glands for therapeutic use to Ireland: Growth in 2017
Date US Dollar Variation
2017 6 896 049.00 113.39
2016 3 231 688.50 -18.18
2015 3 949 718.00 45.28
2014 2 718 703.00 42.15
2013 1 912 594.25 10.06
2012 1 737 838.63 10.16
2011 1 577 527.75 -10.83
2010 1 769 173.00 85.24
2009 955 089.00 -51.29
2008 1 960 871.00 -7.2

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