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percent

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Per hundred; one of each hundred. The symbol % is used to indicate that the preceding number is a percentage rather than an absolute number. Thus, 8% of 50 is 4; whereas 8% of 500 is 40.
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Wolverhampton was next with 42 per cent, followed by Sandwell (41 per cent), Dudley (37.
Dr Bassam Al Towaisi of the Jordan Media Institute, told a news conference yesterday that the poll of 2,500 respondents, 50 per cent of whom were citizens and 50 per cent expatriates, showed that 94 per cent of the people trust the UAE media outlets.
It is followed by regional news at 59 per cent and economic content at 50 per cent, whereas technology content is at 28 per cent and education at 13 per cent.
Almost 90 per cent of Cyprus' exports, as well as over 80 per cent of imports, to and from European Union member states are done by small and medium enterprises (SMEs), data published by Eurostat on Tuesday showed.
According to FBR, the regulatory duty of articles and equipments for table tennis has been fixed at 50 per cent, lawn tenis rackets, whether or not strung 50 per cent, badminton rackets 50 per cent, squash rackets 50 percent and lawn tennis balls 50 per cent.
Sixty-five per cent of the crop is now combined, up from 45 per cent last week, which is well ahead of the five year (2012-2016) average of 40 per cent combined for this time of year.
2 per cent in the same month of the year 2015, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) said here Wednesday.
Among UAE based banks, Emirates NBD reported 74 per cent profit growth in 2015 fourth quarter due to higher operating income and lower provisions.
58 per cent was registered in the group comprising housing, water, electricity, gas, and other fuels.
2 per cent last year, according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics.
The banking sector's loan-to-deposit ratio (LDR) remained at 107 per cent at the end of November 2013 vs.
More than 67 per cent of UAE professionals feel their current salary is lower than that of other companies in their industry, with only 3 per cent stating a high level of satisfaction with their current remuneration, according to a survey.