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Sold production of electrical apparatus for switching electrical circuits for a voltage less than 1 kv in United Kingdom: Raise in 2017

According to statistics issued by European Commission, compared with the previous year electrical equipment sold production grew by 20.98 percent. The variable rose by 37 992 224 Euro, in contrast to the prior year when it fell by 13.44%. The overall changes for the previous 23 years reached a decline of 46.96%. Furthermore, it has had a rise at a 0.07 percent CAGR over the last five years with a modest overall fall since the start of observations. It averaged 344 072 208.7 Euro from 1995 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 596 697 280 Euro in 2000 and record low of 154 435 760 Euro in 2009.

Sold production of electrical apparatus for switching electrical circuits for a voltage less than 1 kv in United Kingdom: Raise in 2017
Date Euro Variation
2017 219 079 008.00 20.98
2016 181 086 784.00 -13.44
2015 209 203 136.00 24.61
2014 167 890 640.00 5.93
2013 158 489 744.00 -11.46
2012 178 995 392.00 -4.26
2011 186 952 112.00 5.9
2010 176 532 928.00 14.31
2009 154 435 760.00 -47.75
2008 295 555 584.00 -17.6

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