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Economy Of Greece - Trade and Investment
... In Serbia, 250 Greek companies are active with a total investment of over €2 billion ... European Union €33,330.5 – European Union €11,102.0 – Total €60,669.9 – Total €17,334.1 Imports and exports in 2011 values in millions Rank Imports Rank Exports – European Union €22,688.5. 2012 that Greece would receive loans for a total of €2 billion in what Mr ...
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 compensation ... total cost = fixed cost + variable cost ...
Demographics Of Russia
... of Russia grew by 191,000 people, and reached a total of more than 143 million ... According to the 2010 census, ethnic Russians make up 81% of the total population, while six other ethnicities have a population exceeding 1 million ... 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 ... Development (Environmental Achievement) Total awards 7. 112 ...
2046 (film) - Box Office
... 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 ...

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