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GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Peru. The code is used for transactions to and from Peruvian bank accounts and for international shipping to Peru. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.

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Across England, recycling rates rose very slightly from 43 per cent to 43.
6 per cent of the respondents said they trusted local media outlets' coverage of local politics, 74 per cent trusted coverage of local security affairs, 71 per cent trusted coverage of regional politics, 72 per cent confidence in coverage of local services, 73 per cent trusted coverage of the financial affairs, 74 per cent sports, 78 per cent weather news, 65 per cent crime and violent news and 48 per cent of celebrity news.
57 per cent, while news related to sports and economics is around 64 per cent.
According to Eurostat, SMEs account for an overall 98 per cent of companies trading goods within the EU, including around 70 per cent that are micro-enterprises (up to 9 people employed).
The regulatory duty on footballs and soccer balls would be 30 per cent, footballs (other than leather) 30 percent, cricket balls 50 per cent, hokey balls 50 per cent, polo balls, 50 per cent, squash balls 50 per cent, table tennis balls 50 per cent, punching balls 50 per cent and badminton shuttle cocks 50 per cent.
Harvest is most advanced in the southwestern region, where 86 per cent of the crop is now combined.
2 per cent in May over April as against the increase of 1.
74 per cent in the first half of 2014, compared to the same 2013 period, mainly spurred by price escalation in goods and services, Dubai Statistics Centre (DSC) data revealed on Wednesday.
6 per cent forecast and also higher than the IMF's 4.
1 per cent MoM after a robust performance in October.
Birmingham International Airport saw passenger numbers increase by nearly three per cent last month.
Mainline Protestants (Anglican, United, Lutheran and Presbyterians) in Canada have collectively experienced an increase in monthly-plus attendance in church services since a decade ago, from 26 per cent in 1995 to 31 per cent in 2005, according to Mr.