Re-Import of Sharpening (Tool, Cutter Grind) Machines Not Numerically Controlled

This key economic indicator for the Industrial Equipment sector has been recently updated.

  1. South Africa grew 201.1% of Re-Import of Sharpening (Tool, Cutter Grind) Machines Not Numerically Controlled in 2019, from a year earlier.
  2. Since 2014 Thailand Re-Import of Sharpening (Tool, Cutter Grind) Machines Not Numerically Controlled grew 763.1% year on year reaching $814,076.
  3. In 2019 Canada was number 4 in Re-Import of Sharpening (Tool, Cutter Grind) Machines Not Numerically Controlled.
  4. In 2017 Slovenia was number 6 in Re-Import of Sharpening (Tool, Cutter Grind) Machines Not Numerically Controlled at $4,060.04, moving from 8 in 2016.

Top Countries in Re-Import of Sharpening (Tool, Cutter Grind) Machines Not Numerically Controlled

# 10 Countries US Dollars Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Thailand
814,076.00 2019 +8.9 % +763.1 % View data
2 #2
France
19,779.48 2019 +37.9 % +5.0 % View data
3 #3
China
14,884.00 2019 -32.4 % NA View data
4 #4
Canada
7,993.34 2019 +33.8 % +12.0 % View data
5 #5
South Africa
6,980.80 2019 +201.1 % +5.1 % View data
6 #6
Slovenia
4,060.04 2017 NA NA View data
7 #7
United Kingdom
3,105.63 2019 -3.9 % -21.9 % View data
8 #8
New Zealand
1,784.34 2019 +452.1 % -27.9 % View data
9 #9
Australia
1,464.00 2015 NA NA View data
10 #10
Namibia
63.00 2015 NA -13.1 % View data

Source: United Nations Statistical Office

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