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Of which, 05 revenues reached over 20% compared to the yearly estimate, including: land use fees reached 37.
Summary: Figures released by the Hariri International Airport revealed that the total number of passengers recorded a yearly 10.
The surplus had jumped about 33% on a yearly basis, according to figures released by the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics.
ISLAMABAD -- As many as 748 parliamentarians have submitted their yearly statements of assets and liabilities of their own, spouses and dependents so far with the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 16, 2017-Liberty declares half yearly interest payment and excess dividend on 3.
3 billion, which is approximately 100 percent of the overall yearly target of Rs600 billion and 16 percent higher than the disbursement of Rs515.
GDP per capita PPP 3093 USD Dec/14 2942 1004 : 3093 Yearly
In its latest Home Data Index[TM] f r (HDI) Market Report, Reno, Nevada-based Clear Capital found Las Vegas ranks as the highest-performing major metro market with yearly home-price gains of 6.
CD4 counts* fell by an average 78 cells yearly in a large study of Europeans who had not started antiretroviral therapy.
Yearly SIPs make sense only if you plan to keep investing for the long term
The yearly average rainfall in Nablus station is 660 mm and 166 mm in Jericho.
Eggs have marked a record rise of 35% for wholesale price during the month of February, which makes 60% on a yearly basis.