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Import of live pure-bred breeding horses to New Zealand falls in 2017

According to refreshed statistics released by United Nations Statistical Office, the indicator declined strongly by 96.36% compared to the previous year. Horses import decreased greatly by 9 048, contrarily to the prior year when it rose by 3 218.02%. The overall changes for the previous 29 years hit a raise of 356%. Furthermore, it has attained an increase at a 0.1 percent average annual growth rate over the last 5 years with a slight overall growth since the 1989. It averaged 496.03 from 1989 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 9 390 in 2016 and record low of 1 in 2000.

Import of live pure-bred breeding horses to New Zealand falls in 2017
Date Number Variation
2017 342.00 -96.36
2016 9 390.00 3218.02
2015 283.00 -19.37
2014 351.00 65.57
2013 212.00 79.66
2012 118.00 174.42
2011 43.00 -15.69
2010 51.00 -43.96
2009 91.00 1416.67
2008 6.00 -53.85

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