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Per Mille

Occurrences of an event per 1,000 of a population. For example, property taxes may be assessed as dollars per $1,000 of property value. See also: Millage Rate.
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On Thursday, the House rejected two government bills providing for an increase in corporate tax by one percentage point to 11 per cent for two years, and the introduction of a 7 per mille tax for approximately 8,000 big real estate owners.
Marketers and advertisers will be able to see their most successful ads by type, position and region as well as the cost per click, click through rates, click per mille and reach.
5 per mille," neurologist Manfred Walzl told Die Presse newspaper.
On a lead to lead basis, the CPAlead platform generates exponentially greater revenues for publishers than industry leading cost per click, pay per click or cost per mille models.
This new capability that can be integrated per customer's needs and interests, will offer contextual ad integration that yields higher engagement than traditional Cost Per Mille (CPM) models, where advertisers pay per thousand impressions.