Starting in 2011, the global (commercial) production of potatoes seems to be stabilizing at 370 million tons. Until that time, there was clear evidence of growth. It is true that production is still growing in some countries. Examples are China and India (together accounting for 37% of the world total), Bangladesh, Egypt, Peru, Malawi, Algeria, Pakistan and Kazakhstan. In many countries, production decreases. Major countries where this is the case include Russia, the United States, Poland, Belarus and the United Kingdom. The majority of the potatoes are consumed in the country of origin, or domestically. World trade in ware potatoes has a volume of 10 million tons.