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Real Gain

An increase in price or value after adjusting for inflation. For example, if a stock gains 10% over a year and the annualized inflation rate is 3%, its real gain is said to be 7%. See also: Capital gains, Paper gain, Realized gain.
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That would preserve some of the real gains that have been made in Afghanistan since the conflict began.
"The Trump administration has the power to correctly define gains as real gains and not inflation gains."
With a large research and development team al- ways looking for new opportunities, Njoroge argues this is exactly the kind of area where real gains can be made.
With a large research and development team always looking for new opportunities, Njoroge argues this is exactly the kind of area where real gains can be made.
"We need to transform our streets if we want to see real gains in the number of people commuting under their own steam."
"If we only pay the tax rate on real gains, we are effectively unleashing billions of dollars." he said.
Leaving the European Union without a deal would put at risk "real gains" from Brexit such as boosting productivity in farming and protecting the environment, Michael Gove has said.
He warned against the consequences of printing more currencies because they exacerbate the inflation rate and reduce the real gains of farmers, especially that there are measures and policies underway to review the policies of drying liquidity and motivate citizens to bring more cash to banks.
The gradual adjustment in the US$/GEL rate is likely a necessary correction to rectify the GELEe's real gains against the TRY and RUB EeAu GeorgiaEe's two largest trading partners.
He added that the projects of model villages established by the State of Qatar in the states of Darfur now stand tall signs that demonstrate the real gains of peace.
Especially concerning fabricated metal products, investment casting can offer real gains in terms of quality and cost effectiveness.
Monsanto Pakistan's Corporate Engagement Lead Azeem Niazi said: "The future of agriculture hinges upon our ability to adopt modern agriculture technologies; however, if real gains are to be made, our policy and regulatory framework must keep pace with the rapidly evolving agriculture sector."