an equal percentage

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AaAaAeAcAaAeAeA AaAaAeAcAaAeAeA A subs right is the right of existing shareholders in a company to retain an equal percentage ownership over time by subscribing to new stock issuances at or below market prices.
But, in reality, the company will be theirs with me owning an equal percentage.
An equal percentage of directors believe that 21-40% and 41-50% are the optimal ranges for female board representation.
And the results reveal that it's not just the young and healthy who are using alternative sites: Seventeen percent of 18- to 24-year-olds and an equal percentage of those 65 years and older had used a retail clinic.
Roughly 30% of institutions are employing alternative beta (non-market-cap-weighted) ETFs, and an equal percentage are using currency hedged ETFs.
KARACHI -- Around 12 per cent of Pakistan population is suffering from diabetes and an equal percentage has pre-diabetes.
This valve has an equal percentage characteristic, meaning that equal changes in valve position produce equal percentage changes in flow capacity.
An equal percentage say they are just not interested in such products while 17% are of the attitude that such products are for women.
While the general castes, with their population share of around 15 per cent, have been given 39 seats or 16 per cent of the total, the SC/ STs have been doled out an equal percentage of 40 seats.
An equal percentage of people agreed the country was heading in the right direction (41%) as disagreed (41%) - the highest level of agreement since October 2010.
Instead of weighting stock components by their market size, companies are assigned an equal percentage within the index.