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Average Annual Growth Rate

The average growth of an investment over a given number of years. It is calculated simply by adding together the growth rate in each year in question and dividing by the number of years. For example, if a portfolio grows 10% in year 1, -5% in year 2, and 6% in year 3, the average annual growth rate is calculated as (10 - 5 + 6) / 3 = 3.67%.
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This observation is all the more confirmed by the compared evolution since 2011 of the average annual growth rates of banknotes and currencies in circulation at the end of the period or in terms of annual average and current GDP.
Average annual growth rates of real GDP per capita fall within the range of 3 percent in Absheron, one of the richest economic regions, to above 10 percent in Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic.
Flows between China and the USA, Europe and Asia are expected to be amongst the fastest growing globally, with average annual growth rates 6.8%, 5.3% and 6.7% respectively.
Of the 50 countries, 26 had average annual growth rates of 4% or more during 2000-2004, and direct foreign investment generally increased.
Average annual growth rates in employment, 1994-2004
Average annual growth rates in full- and part-time employment, 1994-2004
On a per-acre basis, according to the most recent statistics about forest industry lands, average annual growth rates fox southern softwood have increased 62 percent, from 34 [ft.sup.3]/acre to 55 [ft.sup.3]/acre per year.
This is all the more confirmed by the comparative evolution since 2011 of the average annual growth rates of banknotes and coins in circulation at the end of the period or in terms of annual average and current GDP.
Average annual growth rate of 5.4% was registered in 2011 over 1993 in post graduate AYUSH colleges and admission capacity had grown 8.2%.

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