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In 2015-16, 24.3,12.5, 30.7 Planning Commission Committee estimations declining trends are shared at national as well as urban and rural areas.
Overall, despite the floods of 2010 and chronic energy shortages, aggravated security situation and government's limited capacity to mobilize and channelize its own resources exclusively for social welfare and poverty eradication programmes, the declining trend in poverty headcount in Pakistan is both promising and encouraging.
The economic survey further said that overall, despite floods of 2010 and chronic energy shortages, the aggravated security situation and government's limited capacity to mobilize and channelize its own resources exclusively for social welfare and poverty eradication programmes, the declining trend in poverty headcount in Pakistan was both promising and encouraging.
Average casualty rates continued to decrease at a moderating pace, declining by 5.2%, on average, in the quarter.
The district of Paphos registered a similar picture, with house prices rising by 1.1% and apartment prices declining with 1.0%.
Equity Hedge was the weakest area of industry performance with the HFRI Equity Hedge (Total) Index declining -1.50% (YTD: -1.60%).
MAMMALS n The water vole is considered to be Britain's fastest declining mammal, with up to a 90% decline since 1990 n Since the early 1960s brown hares have undergone a substantial decline in numbers
Comparative figures for March 2009 were no better, with ad pages declining 31.6% and ad revenue dropping 26.5% compared to March 2008.
FTSE 100 4425.54 -9.96 -0.22% A much better than expected manufacturing production release (only declining 0.1%) for the month helped buoy stocks in earlier trading.
According to recent figures from the Aluminum Association, based in Washington, the aluminum extrusions market has been the hardest hit, with some orders declining by as much as 30 percent.
The birth dearth is certainly real enough; declining birth rates (also known as fertility rates) are evident in many parts of the world.
Because these rates have been declining nationally and in Texas since the early 1990s, the researchers used rate changes among 18-year-olds as proxies for the changes that would have been expected without the law.