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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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Ireland -- with a natural change of its population of +6.6 per mille -- remained in 2017 the EU member state where births most outnumbered deaths, ahead of Cyprus at +3.8 per mille, Luxembourg at +3.2 per mille, France at +2.5 per mille, Sweden at +2.3 per mille and the United Kingdom at +2.2 per mille.
At that, the majority of incidences includes complications of pregnancy, acts of delivery, and postnatal period, and of the blood circulatory system diseases (2000--17.1 persons per mille, 2012--26.6 persons per mille) and neoplasms (2000--8.4 persons per mille, 2012--16.6 persons per mille) [9], which result in heavy mortality.
Finnish police caught a lorry driver with 6.7 per mille (parts per thousand) alcohol in his blood at a building site in Vantaa, Finland yesterday morning (4 July).
(Series Cento Libri per Mille Anni.) Rome: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato, 1999.
Neophytou said his wife and mother-in-law became shareholders in Logicom between 2008 and 2011 and their stake was 2 per mille of the company's share capital of e1/474m.
Harnessing the combined technologies, performance will continually scale as publishers see higher RPMs (revenue per mille), marketers higher CTRs (clickthrough rate), and readers better overall content interactions.
He also advises that premium publishers take a look at their cost per mille (CPM) and make sure that they are being compensated for the value they are providing.
The CBNs new guidelines specify gradual cut of CoT from N5 per mile (per N1000) to N3 per mille or N1000 in early 2013, N2 per N1000 in 2014 and then to N1 per N1000 in 2015 and finally phased out from January this year.
Dan Chapman, head of dig- ital at MediaCom, MENA, says: "For premium brands looking to connect with a pre- mium audience this control over the type of consumer willing to pay a subscription made for a much more rele- vant audience and, as you can imagine, CPMs (cost per mille) actually inflated.
En el momento de hacer la declaracion de la renta, cada contribuyente (persona fisica) tiene la posibilidad de contribuir con la propia firma a determinar el destino del otto per mille de lo obtenido en la gestion del impuesto sobre la renta de las personas fisicas (IRPF) del ano en curso.
It was confirmed that the woman, who said that she had parked her car behind the police station, had a 2.0 per mille (parts per thousand) level of alcohol in her blood.
Adblock Plus argues that in its tests, more polite and lighter advertising increases both cost per mille (CPM) and ad response.