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revenue

An NHS expenditure other than capital—e.g., staff salaries and pharmaceuticals.
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The growth of gross revenues this year was faster than the 7.3-percent growth in the same period of 2018.
Through the first four months of 2019, online casinos and poker have generated $141.1 million in gross revenue. That is up 52.4 percent from the $92.6 million generated through the first four months of 2018.
Melo noted that the P1-billion gross revenue was a 32 percent increase from its previous record of P814.115 million.
Alaska Employees: 3,715 Worldwide Employees: 11,301 Shareholders: 12,672 Land Holdings: ~5 million acres 2017 Gross Revenue: $2,697,862,000 2016 Gross Revenue: $2,371,164,000 Revenue Sources: Base operation support services, information technology, logistics and procurement, professional support services, construction, security services, hardware retail and wholesale distribution, environmental.
Currently, all oil producing states get a 5-per cent royalty from gross revenue.
3PL market rose 5% to $77.1 billion, with gross revenues up 10.5% to $184.3 billion.
"Most of the manufacturing sub-components registered growth with double-digit increases," it said.With an 11 percent change in gross revenue toP2trillion, wholesale and retail trade sector came second in the list, followed by financial and insurance activities sector (P1.29 trillion) electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply sector (P667.96 billion) and information and communication sector (P463.75 billion).
* International transportation management gross revenue at $46.2 billion was down 0.3% year-over-year, and net revenue at $18.0 billion was up 0.6% year-over-year;
In 2012, gross revenues of $1,254.645 showed an increase of 7.8 per cent over 2011.
During the PEAK annual conference last month in Arizona, I heard about how the founder, Ron Carson, went from $150,000 of annual production in 1984 to $15 million of gross revenue in 2012.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants' accounting standards suggest that promotional allowances be booked one of two ways, at retail and included in gross revenue and backed out to achieve net revenue or not booked at all (2007).