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Coverage Consumption Contracts Percentage

These figures show per product, which percentage of the needs of the country is covered by contracts. If the percentage is zero, it may mean that there are no corporations in the country or in the common market that produce that product. A number under 100 may mean that production by corporations in the country or common market is insufficient to cover the needs of the country. If the percentage is 100%, it means that production of that product is sufficient.

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Coverage Consumption Contracts Percentage These figures show per product, which percentage of the needs of the country is covered by contracts. If the percentage is zero, it may mean that there are no corporations in the country or in the common market that produce that product. A number under 100 may mean that production by corporations in the country or common market is insufficient to cover the needs of the country. If the percentage is 100%, it means that production of that product is sufficient.