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Copper rolling, drawing, extruding and alloying value added in Canada: Diminution in 2015

According to statistics published by Canada National Statistical Office, in 2015 the variable diminished sharply by 69.82%. It demonstrates the all-time low since 2004 as copper value added fell strongly by 68 324 thousand Canadian Dollars, in contrast to the previous year when it climbed by 1.11%. Canada saw a fall of 77.47% in copper value added over the past 12 years. Moreover, it has shown a decrease at a 0.26 percent compound average annual growth rate during the last five years with a negligible overall diminution since the 2004. It averaged 123 757.58 thousand Canadian Dollars from 2004 to 2015 and it attained its maximum of 323 102 thousand Canadian Dollars in 2010.

Copper rolling, drawing, extruding and alloying value added in Canada: Diminution in 2015
Date Thousand Canadian Dollars Variation
2015 29 540.00 -69.82
2014 97 864.00 1.11
2013 96 791.00 -22.23
2012 124 458.00 -3.44
2011 128 895.00 -60.11
2010 323 102.00 197.4
2009 108 643.00 -1.54
2008 110 342.00 15.57
2007 95 476.00 -18.65
2006 117 360.00 -3.42

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