Restamax's goal is to reach a turnover
of approximately EUR400m by the end of 2020 after internal eliminations.
The volume of the Tajik-Russian turnover
was $ 843 million, and the Tajik-Kazakh turnover
was $754 million.
In the main industry groups, the highest monthly growth in industrial turnover
was seen in industrial goods, with a 3.
Foreign exchange spot turnover
in New Zealand is dominated by trading Asia-Pacific currencies such as NZD/USD, USD/AUD, NZD/AUD, and USD/JPY.
On an annual basis, manufacturing turnover
adjusted for calendar effects deteriorated by 2.
As on 1 August 2012, the largest traded contract was the BFX USDINR Index Futures, with a total trading turnover
The teacher turnover
rate has been documented in research for more than 20 years, and this turnover
rate is especially evident in the child care field.
The research revealed that total turnover
of top ten construction firms rose to 12.
Additionally, LDC's turnover
for fiscal 2009/10 amounted to 2.
The word turnover
has been used in various contexts.
The driver turnover
rate for large truckload and less-than-truckload carriers increased during the first quarter of 2007, marking their highest turnover
rates since the end of 2005, according to the American Trucking Associations.
Renowned exercise physiologist, coach, and Running & FitNews editorial board member Jack Daniels, PhD, has observed repeatedly that leg turnover
naturally determines stride length.
Additionally, companies that cannot hold their healthcare budgets down as a share of total compensation have higher turnover
rates for top performers.
It's hard to believe, but a home-baked chocolate chip cookie led to an annual turnover
rate one-fourth below the national average for LTC chains.
WHEN A BANK looks at the impact of turnover
on customer service, consider the customer's perspective ("Banks Are Failing to Provide Service Excellence," December 9, 2004).