The tourism industry's direct contribution is expected to grow by 3 percent per year in real terms
during the 2012-2022 period compared to a 4.
5 per cent per year in real terms
between 2010-11 and 2014-15 (or 13.
We predict the GDP in real terms
to grow by 5 percent in 2010, because our oil production is expected to be higher this year," he said.
The Lib Dems have said they would change the regulated fare formula to RPI minus 1 per cent so that fares should come down in real terms
With little or no cash increase, from 2011/12, the NHS will need to plan for real terms
funding to fall by 2.
I interviewed the Chancellor on Wednesday and he said the drink price increases weren't a hardship because alcohol today is cheaper in real terms
- whatever that means.
The bad news, though, is that the rate in real terms
, discounted for inflation over the next 12 months, continues to be highest on the planet: 9% at press time.
9 percent in real terms
in the first quarter year-on-year, the government said.
1% in real terms
to 779m [pounds sterling], bolstered by a 4.
4% in real terms
over the comparable quarter in 2000.
In real terms
(values are adjusted by the change in the CPI at 1.
Bolstered by the gains in these sectors, the four-quarter rise in the final purchases of households and businesses amounted to about 5 percent in real terms
in 1993, matching the large 1992 rise.