per annum


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per annum

adverb annually, at a fixed interval, on the anniversary, on the basis of a year, yearly

per annum

‘yearly’.
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PS1m for Natural Resources Wales to implement improved revenue collection, with expected savings of PS800,000 per annum.
Approximate rent for a one-bedroom apartment (976 square feet): Dh38,000 per annum.
On the basis that a little under 20 million individuals are contributing to some form of pension fund, this is equivalent to pounds 200 per annum on average per pension fund member.
The new facility is in addition to the company's prior capacity of 15,000 tons per annum for plant nutrient product and 1,000 tons per annum for animal nutrient product, now bringing the total capacity to 46,000 tons per annum.
Upon completion the new facility will expand the Yongye's Shengmingsu plant nutrient product capacity to 30,000 tons per annum from the current 10,000 tons per annum and the Shengmingsu animal nutrient product capacity to 11,000 tons per annum from 1,000 tons per annum.
Unit 3, at pounds 7,000 per annum exclusive, has a roller-shutter door, lobby, office and toilet facilities.
10% per annum, a record low among 5-year market issues made by corporate issuers since 2014.
Adam Lazenbury, retail specialist at Lambert Smith Hampton, says that consumer spending on durable goods, such as furniture and white goods, has grown by eight per cent per annum over the last seven years.
The overall estimated volume for this contract is potentially up to 100 000 t per annum.