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The average rate has reduced 14 of the last 15 days, falling 12.
However, the average rate of the Russian ruble decreased to make 0.
May was another strong month for hotels in Dubai, with demand from the MICE segment resulting in increases in average rates.
The average rate for a 30-year fixed loan dropped to 3.
Average rate of interest on construction and development sector increased from 4.
According to rate tracking firm Informa Research Services, credit unions had an average rate of 8.
The average rate per room in Beirut came above the regional average of $193, which decreased marginally by 0.
People who were taking out a one-year fixed rate bond could get an average rate of 2.
One actually needs to earn a taxable income in excess of N$88 000 per year before one pays an average rate of 17,5% tax.
Nationalised bank Northern Rock, and those in which the Government hold a stake, including Lloyds TSB, HBOS and Royal Bank of Scotland, charge an average rate of 5.
With 1,153,000 in work in the North East, it leaves the region needing an extra 56,000 jobs to meet the UK average rate, or an extra 144,000 to hit Labour's 80% goal.
0% is expected in 2006, primarily fueled by a strong growth in average rate, caused by an overall improved economic climate, strong barriers to entry, limited new supply, and increased compression.
The largest temblor in 40 years occurred along a subduction zone where the immense fragment of Earth's crust known as the India plate is forced beneath the Burma plate at an average rate of 6 centimeters per year.
This project was designed to determine more information about the average rate of movement, average distance from a wetland, habitat usage, and home range of the snake.
Blue indicates slow, yellow is average, and red shows maximum velocity--which in this case is 260 mm/sec, or over four times the average rate of about 58 mm/sec.
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