The rate of growth
in spending on research plummeted, to 1.7 percent, from 8.2 percent.
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As long as growth in total output exceeds the rate of growth
Chief executive Nick Robertson said: "Clearly we are facing much tougher comparables, and there is now some evidence to suggest that the rate of growth
in online sales has begun to moderate."
The CLG house price index data contrasts with recent hefty falls in the annual rate of growth
indicated by lending giants Halifax and Nationwide as the CLG's index is calculated at the time when transactions are completed.
The difference between the average rate of growth
between 1995 and 2002 of 4.3 percent and the rate of growth
from 2003 through 2005 of 5.6 percent-a difference of 1.3 percent-adds a certain amount of weight to this claim.
Chief executive Jean-Noel Labroue said market conditions had been good in August and September, but warned there had been a slowdown in the rate of growth
towards the end of the quarter.
We then show how to examine the relationships between rate of growth
and other variables such as sense of belonging, gender, ethnicity, and parent involvement.
The annual rate of growth
also cooled, falling to 4.8pc for the year to the end of April, down from 5.3pc in March, according to Nationwide Building Society.
The study indicated that the rate of growth
in executive assignment volume into and out of China is showing no signs of slowing down, and Arcario says "businesses in China are working through a period of significant change."
Keep in mind this is not a real reduction--but a decrease in the rate of growth
, which is being driven by burgeoning Medicare and Social Security programs.
generally smaller organizations, designated as the "core non-profit sector," which grew by 7.1% in the same period, a rate of growth
twice as fast as the entire GDP for Canada.