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growth rate

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(microbiology)
Increase in the number of bacteria in a population per unit time.

growth rate

Rate of wood growth expressed as the number of annual rings per inch measured from pith to bark; sometimes used to rate soft-woods for strength.
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Release date- 12082019 - The annual growth rate of the outstanding amount of debt securities issued by euro area residents was 2.8% in June 2019, compared with 2.6% in May.
However, the reverse was the case in Q2, as the growth rate in the second quarter of 2018 slowed by 8.30% compared to Q2 2017 (18.26%).
New Delhi [India], Jan 8 ( ANI ): The growth in GDP during 2018-19 is estimated at 7.2 percent as compared to the growth rate of 6.7per cent in 2017-18, said Government on Monday.
Laos, Philippines and Myanmar share similar growth rate of 6.8 percent, which is more or less consistent for Laos and Philippines (6.7 percent in 2017).
The total amount of import and export of emerging services exceeded 1 trillion, with the growth rate higher than the overall one.
by ONAIn its report titled 'Economic Outlook for Middle East', the IMF forecast that the Sultanate will post the highest growth rate in GDP with 4.2 per cent followed by Kuwait at 3.8 per cent.
Brazil is in the penultimate position with predicted growth rates of 10%, 9.3%, and 8% in 2018, 2019, and 2020 respectively, while Spain tailed the list with 8.8% expected growth in 2018, 7.4% in 2019, and 6.3% in 2020.
The researchers found that over a median imaging follow-up of 1.83 years, the overall mean small renal mass growth rate was 0.09 [+ or -] 1.51 cm per year.
The Czech Republic achieved only a slightly higher average GDP growth rate for the whole period (1.77%) compared to Germany (1.47%).
Theorists have established various economic models that explain the mechanisms of long-term output growth rates. But, the relative importance of the factors of output growth rates is still disputed.
"At present times when Europe almost has not experienced any industrial and economic growth, any achieved growth rate is a good one, in particular the 9 percent growth rate in Macedonia, being exceptionally good performance and another affirmation that Macedonian economy recovers well this year," Stavreski said.
The growth rates calculated with the above mentioned model have been presented in Table-2 below.