Countries With Lowest Capacity Utilization - Bottom 10 World

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Capacity Utilization Latest Reference
Bangladesh
Guinea Bissau
Ivory Coast
Maldives
Mali
Niger
Nigeria
Peru
Senegal
Togo

Peru Capacity Utilization stands at 32.08 percent. Source: Ministry of Production of Peru. NSA. Forecast: 33.2658 percent.
Guinea Bissau Capacity Utilization latest value is 46.40 percent. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). NSA. Forecast: 49.4434 percent.
Nigeria Capacity Utilization was last reported at 48.50 percent. Source: Central Bank of Nigeria. Forecast: 49.0607 percent.
Togo Capacity Utilization stands at 52.30 percent. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). NSA. Forecast: 52.9198 percent.
Bangladesh Capacity Utilization latest value is 55.00 percent. NSA. Forecast: 61.5285 percent.
Mali Capacity Utilization was last reported at 56.40 percent. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). NSA. Forecast: 53.5946 percent.
Niger Capacity Utilization stands at 56.60 percent. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). NSA. Forecast: 58.4402 percent.
Senegal Capacity Utilization latest value is 59.70 percent. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). NSA. Forecast: 60.397 percent.
Ivory Coast Capacity Utilization was last reported at 60.10 percent. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). NSA. Forecast: 60.559 percent.
Maldives Occupancy Rate stands at 61.60 percent. Source: Maldives Monetary Authority. Forecast: 52.0473 percent.
The country with lowest Capacity Utilization is Peru (32.08 percent in Jan 2016) followed by Guinea Bissau (46.40 percent in Q2 2017) in the second position and Nigeria (48.50 percent in Q1 2017) in the third.