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The available number of Btu at a boiler outlet nozzle for satisfying the gross load continuously, while the boiler is operating under applicable code limitations.
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government gross output as a partial measure of the services of general
The gross output of agriculture in Chui region totaled 10.8 billion soms and 8.9 million soms in the Osh region for the current period.
The bill also imposes on large-scale metallic and non-metallic mining operations located within mining reservation areas a royalty tax equivalent to 3 percent of the gross output of the minerals or mineral products extracted or produced by the mining operations, exclusive of all other taxes.
Researchers have previously derived mathematical relationships between TFP calculated using value added to measure output and TFP calculated using gross output (Schreyer, 2001; Balk, 2009).
The report provides data on the number of enterprises, employment, labour costs, gross output, value added and gross fixed capital formation.
By Santhosh V Perumal/Business Reporter Gross output in Qatar's industrial sector (in nominal terms) grew 52.1% to QR529.8bn in 2011 mainly on robust growth in mining and manufacturing segments, according to the country's statistics authority.
In 2011, Abu Dhabi gross output of economic activities amounted to Dh1,068.4 billion
Gross output was EUR 1,187.7 mln in the same period.
"On average, the single farm payment accounts for 7.27% of farm gross output. Without this payment the average farm in the region would be running at a deficit of 1.29ppl after drawings and tax," said Mr Sims.
The inconsistency in the measures of value added by industry--as well as in the underlying industry measures of gross output, intermediate inputs, and income components of value added--reflected the use of different methodologies and different source data.
Value added in the business sector is calculated as the difference in value between the goods and services produced (gross output) and the input goods consumed, that is, the items used in production, such as rent for premises, consumable materials and energy.
The Scottish Office said: "Gross output per employee in Scotland was 16 per cent higher than in the UK as a whole in 1994.