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Labour Economics - Compensation and Measurement
... payment accrued over a period (typically a week, a month, or a year) total compensation = earnings + other benefits for labour income = total compensation + unearned income economic rent = total ... total cost = fixed cost + variable cost ...
Economy Of Greece - Trade and Investment
... In Serbia, 250 Greek companies are active with a total investment of over €2 billion. 5 Russia €885.4 – European Union €33,330.5 – European Union €11,102.0 – Total €60,669.9 – Total €17,334.1 Imports and exports in ... Bank, Werner Hoyer, said on 4 March 2012 that Greece would receive loans for a total of €2 billion in what Mr ...
Demographics Of Russia
... In 2011, the population of Russia grew by 191,000 people, and reached a total of more than 143 million. 2010 census, ethnic Russians make up 81% of the total population, while six other ethnicities have a population exceeding 1 million – Tatars (3.9%), Ukrainians (1.4%), Bashkir (1.1%), Chuvash (1 ... In total, 160 different ethnic groups and indigenous peoples live within the Russian Federation's borders ...
Queen's Award For Export Achievement - Recipients - Organisations - Totals
... The total number of winners in each class each year are shown below ... Export and Technology (Combined) Sustainable Development (Environmental Achievement) Total awards 2007. 71 ...
2046 (film) - Box Office
... In Wong Kar-wai's home country of Hong Kong, 2046 earned a total of US$778,138 ... It went on to gross a total of $1,444,588 in North America, playing at 61 venues at its widest release ... Its total worldwide box office gross is US$19,271,312 ...

Famous quotes containing the word total:

    It is not an exaggeration to say that play is as basic to your child’s total development as good food, cleanliness, and rest.
    Joanne E. Oppenheim (20th century)

    I believe in the total depravity of inanimate things ... the elusiveness of soap, the knottiness of strings, the transitory nature of buttons, the inclination of suspenders to twist and of hooks to forsake their lawful eyes, and cleave only unto the hairs of their hapless owner’s head.
    Katharine Walker (1840–1916)

    The total collapse of the public opinion polls shows that this country is in good health. A country that developed an airtight system of finding out in advance what was in people’s minds would be uninhabitable.
    —E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)