per annum

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Per annum


Per Annum

On a yearly basis. Taxes are (usually) calculated per annum, as is income.

per annum

Each year.

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4m for Carmarthenshire County Council, which will help fund the replacement of 12,000 traditional street lights with LED units, with expected savings of PS400,000 per annum.
71 per square foot per annum Approximate annual rent for a three-bedroom apartment:Dh700,000.
On the basis that a little under 20 million individuals are contributing to some form of pension fund, this is equivalent to pounds 200 per annum on average per pension fund member.
Lot 2 Mid Kent (Core Waste 10 500 tonnes per annum, Additional Waste up to 10 500 tonnes per annum); and
Unit 3, at pounds 7,000 per annum exclusive, has a roller-shutter door, lobby, office and toilet facilities.
At worst case, growth in durable consumption could drop to two per cent, which would see rental growth drop under four per cent per annum.
The unit will have a capacity to manufacture 15,000 tonne per annum (tpa) of Acetonitrile.
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Speaking at the signing of the EPC contract, His Excellency Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, second Deputy Premier and Minister of Energy and Industry of Qatar, said, "Today's event marks the launch of the large scale Qatargas 3 and Qatargas 4 LNG projects which is the final step for Qatar on its road to become the world's leading producer of LNG with 77 million tons per annum by 2010.
The REIT will receive interest at 10% per annum, as well as a development fee of $500,000, a financing fee of $150,000, and annual management fees of 4% of revenues.