Countries With Lowest Changes In Inventories - Bottom 10 World

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Changes In Inventories Latest Reference
Moldova
Latvia
Saudi Arabia
Brazil
Taiwan
Tanzania
Indonesia
Malta
Uruguay
Iceland

Tanzania Changes In Inventories was last reported at -2947262.32 TZS Million. Source: National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Tanzania. Constant Prices. Forecast: -2917755.1264 TZS Million.
Moldova Changes In Inventories stands at -1323661.90 MDL Thousand. Source: National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 1390792.3318 MDL Thousand.
Uruguay Changes in Inventories latest value is -709439.18 UYU THO. Source: Banco Central del Uruguay. Forecast: -445552.4052 UYU THO.
Malta Changes in Inventories was last reported at -64501.00 EUR THO. Source: National Statistics Office, Malta. Current prices, NSA. Forecast: -6066.7561 EUR THO.
Indonesia Changes in Inventories stands at -31005.19 IDR Billion. Source: Statistics Indonesia. Constant Prices, NSA. Forecast: 22455.2292 IDR Billion.
Taiwan Changes in Inventories latest value is -28925.00 TWD Million. Source: DGBAS, Taiwan. Constant Prices, NSA. Forecast: -34295.9621 TWD Million.
Brazil Changes in Inventories was last reported at -28869.36 BRL Million. Source: Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE). Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 15646.2341 BRL Million.
Saudi Arabia Changes in Inventories stands at -26437.00 SAR Million. Source: Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 57442.6816 SAR Million.
Latvia Changes In Inventories latest value is -19303.00 EUR Thousand. Source: Central Statistical Bureau Of Latvia. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 205072.8056 EUR Thousand.
Iceland Changes in Inventories was last reported at -8188.00 ISK Million. Source: Statistics Iceland. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 7326.4369 ISK Million.
The country with lowest Changes In Inventories is Moldova (-1323661.90 MDL Thousand in Q4 2017) followed by Latvia (-19303.00 EUR Thousand in Q4 2017) in the second position and Saudi Arabia (-26437.00 SAR Million in Q4 2017) in the third.