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The first quarter reading was unrevised from the previous estimate and in line with market expectations.
Compared to the second quarter of 2017, productivity increased at an unrevised rate of 1.3 per cent.
Katten said, ISO expressed its belief that the unrevised CGL policy form only offers the indemnitee--the party covered under the policyholder contract--tort liability coverage.
The Commerce Department figure, an advance estimate that is likely to be revised, undershot the 0.7 percent growth forecast by economists surveyed by Reuters. The data also showed fourth-quarter GDP growth unrevised at 1.4 percent.
On the economic front, in the week ending April 2, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial jobless claims decreased 9,000 from the previous week's unrevised level to 267,000, below market consensus, the U.S.
was left unrevised at 0.5% was expected, but nonetheless comes as a bit of a relief given the jitters about the global recovery at the moment."
Commenting on the figures, British Chambers of Commerce chief economist David Kern said: "Although the headline figure of quarterly growth of 0.7 per cent is unrevised from the old estimate, the new details published today are positive and very welcome."
The selection chased home the proverbial 'group horse in a handicap' Muthmir in the Portland Handicap last week at Doncaster and should go close from an unrevised mark.
Growth in the second quarter was driven by the dominant services sector, which expanded an unrevised one per cent.
Gross domestic product rose at a 2.5 per cent annualised rate, unrevised from the previous estimate, after expanding 1.1 per cent in the first quarter, Commerce Department figures showed on Thursday in Washington.
Take Hamas's founding covenant, first issued in 1988 and unrevised since then.
Makedonija Turist ended 2012 with a profit of 214 million denars or 3.48 million euro, which is 8 percent more than 201, the latest consolidated unrevised financial report shows.
Gross domestic product (GDP) - a broad measure for the total economy - grew at an unrevised 1% in the third quarter of the year, the Office for National Statistics said.
Although the figure was unrevised, it was still largely driven by one-off factors and is unlikely to alter the view that the underlying health of the economy is much weaker.
They say that if the unrevised book is republished, it will stir up interethnic problems.