percentage, percent, per centum, pct(noun)
a proportion in relation to a whole (which is usually the amount per hundred)
The numerical value of PCT in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of PCT in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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It's almost like a 80/20 rule – 80 pct of the cost reduction has already occurred, another 20 percent remains.
SaskPower have said given their experience on Boundary Dam, their next CCS project is likely to be 20 or 30 pct cheaper than the first version.
I don't think there is any technical limitation to further strengthen our quantitative and qualitative easing (program) if necessary to achieve our 2 pct target.
Our trade with Vietnam accounts for just 0.5 pct of the UK's total global trade and I think that indicates the enormous opportunity that there is, we want to go much, much further ... we believe there's much more to come.
Oil prices come off, it means (India's) import bill comes down, their subsidies go down... If you assume a 40 percent drop in crude oil, and crude is down more than 60 pct, GDP goes up 1 pct, inflation comes down 3.2 to 4 pct.
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