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Naphtha export in Poland: Decrease in June 2018

In comparison to the month before the indicator went down strongly by 37.5%, revised statistics from JODI Data demonstrate. Naphtha export dropped greatly from 48 thousand tonnes to 30 thousand tonnes, as it follows the tendency of the prior month when it declined by 38.46%. One year earlier, this fluctuation reached -28.85 percent and the variable hit 37 thousand tonnes the same month the year before. Between June 2017 and the same month one year later, the data reveal a -18.92% variation. Poland saw a growth of 500% in naphtha export during the last 9 years. Furthermore, the naphtha export is now smaller than its average which equals 30.57 thousand tonnes with a overall rise since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 78 thousand tonnes in April 2018 and record low of 1 thousand tonnes in June 2011.

Naphtha export in Poland: Decrease in June 2018
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
Jun. 2018 30.00 -37.5
May. 2018 48.00 -38.46
Apr. 2018 78.00 11.43
Mar. 2018 70.00 27.27
Feb. 2018 55.00 27.91
Jan. 2018 43.00 -29.51
Dec. 2017 61.00 8.93
Nov. 2017 56.00 107.41
Oct. 2017 27.00 -32.5
Sep. 2017 40.00 -25.93

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