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YTD

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year to date
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Most notably, Jeddah, with an overall occupancy rate of 80.0 per cent year-to-date, rose by 7.0 per cent compared to this time last year.
Europe region sales for the third quarter were up 3.4% and are up 17.9% year-to-date. Asia/Pacific region sales for the third quarter were up 16.1% from last year and are up 26.4% year-to-date.
The year-to-date total of $646 million was 4.3 percent less than the comparable figure in 2006.
Year-to-date corporate revenue reached $208.6 million, up $52 million, or about 33 percent, from fiscal 2005, the report said.
The Mini, built at BMW Oxford, continues to surge ahead and sales year-to-date are up 6.4 per cent from 77,756 to 82,745 and month-onmonth they have increased 13.7 per cent from 6,569 to 7,469.
As a result, the first quarter's 539,570 s/f of negative absorption was cut in half and year-to-date absorption elevated to negative 309,400 s/f.
Africa, benefiting from several tailwinds, such as the recovery of tourism in North Africa, rising oil prices and the launch of the Single African Air Transport Market, performed well in April, bringing its year-to-date growth rate to +7.4%.
Also, comparable store net sales, for stores open at least one year, for the month decreased by 15.5% and 12.1% for the month and year-to-date period, respectively, in comparison to comparable store net sales for the same month and year-to-date period in the prior year.
The overall occupancy rate in Dubai was at 79.0 per cent year-to-date in October.
With a year-to-date total of $1,103.76 million, 2006 was up 18.5% compared with 2005.
Year to date, net available general revenue reached more than $2 billion, about $150 million, or 8 percent, above year-to-date figures at this time last year.
According to the latest figures from the Beer Institute, imports were up 9% in August over the same period last year, and are up 5.1% year-to-date in August 2005.