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Total Consumption covered by Contracts

These figures show the total amount of money involved in all contracts the country has on the local market, the common market and the international market. The figures are in fact the total of the previous three both in terms of total amount involved and the percentage of consumption. The higher the percentage, the more products are delivered on the bases of contracts and they reduce the dependency of the country on the international market where products are some times in short supply and are not delivered at all.

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Total Consumption covered by Contracts These figures show the total amount of money involved in all contracts the country has on the local market, the common market and the international market. The figures are in fact the total of the previous three both in terms of total amount involved and the percentage of consumption. The higher the percentage, the more products are delivered on the bases of contracts and they reduce the dependency of the country on the international market where products are some times in short supply and are not delivered at all.