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gross output

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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In Kazakhstan, the gross output of agricultural products amounted to 4,097 trillion tenge in January-December 2017, which is 2.
Leaders in terms of gross output were Kizlyarsky's farms (more than 7.
Spending at all four stages of production represents the Austrian perspective and is measured by gross output (GO); final output, stage four, represents the Keynesian perspective and is measured by gross domestic product (GDP).
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).
Gross output of the crops subsector for the first half of 2015 went down by 0.
According to the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB), the royalties collected represents 5 percent of the market value of the gross output of the minerals produced from government-declared mineral reservation areas last year.
The gross output in the sector is expected to reach 199.
Table 2 reveals the sector-wise gross output, and labor and capital investment in micro, small and medium enterprises.
Cement is the most energy-intensive of all manufacturing industries; its share of national energy use is roughly 10 times its contribution to gross output of goods and services.
By Santhosh V Perumal/Business Reporter Gross output in Qatar's industrial sector (in nominal terms) grew 52.
In 2011, Abu Dhabi gross output of economic activities amounted to Dh1,068.