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Starch and vegetable fat and oil manufacturing expenses in Canada: Growth in 2016

According to figures published by Canada National Statistical Office, compared with the previous year the variable climbed by 11.5%. It displays the all-time peak since 2004 as the indicator rose from 6 938 555 thousand Canadian Dollars to 7 736 555 thousand Canadian Dollars, versus the prior year when it went down by 3.56%. Canada saw an increase of 113.78% in vegetable oil expenses during the last 13 years. As well as it has had the compound annual growth rate of 0.05% over the last five years with a negligible overall growth since the start of time series. It averaged 5 350 423.46 thousand Canadian Dollars from 2004 to 2016 and it reached its minimum of 3 095 037 thousand Canadian Dollars in 2006.

Starch and vegetable fat and oil manufacturing expenses in Canada: Growth in 2016
Date Thousand Canadian Dollars Variation
2016 7 736 555.00 11.5
2015 6 938 555.00 -3.56
2014 7 194 485.00 0.43
2013 7 163 855.00 15.59
2012 6 197 695.00 -5.81
2011 6 580 241.00 42.14
2010 4 629 483.00 2.02
2009 4 537 956.00 -7.4
2008 4 900 785.00 33.38
2007 3 674 290.00 18.72

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