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Gross production value of state-owned construction enterprises in China holds steady in 2017

China National Statistical Office published that compared to the previous year the indicator hasn't changed. The variable held steady at 23 849.02 hundred million Yuan Renminbi, the same as it has been for the last 2 year. The overall changes for the prior 32 years hit an increase of 4 107.44%. As well as it has had a 0.03% CAGR during the last 5 years with a negligible overall growth since the 1986. It averaged 9 127.13 hundred million Yuan Renminbi from 1986 to 2017 and it attained its minimum of 566.83 hundred million Yuan Renminbi in 1986.

Gross production value of state-owned construction enterprises in China holds steady in 2017
Date Hundred Million Yuan Renminbi Variation
2017 23 849.02 =
2016 23 849.02 9.56
2015 21 767.07 -1.37
2014 22 069.45 6.42
2013 20 739.02 -9.56
2012 22 930.19 12.2
2011 20 436.81 12.61
2010 18 148.59 19.48
2009 15 190.05 24.19
2008 12 231.66 15.06

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