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capita

(ˈkæpɪtə)
n
1. (Statistics) See per capita
2. (Anatomy) anatomy the plural of caput
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Andy Parker, Capita Chief Executive, said: "This deal will enhance Capita's position in Ireland.
5 million in dividends across the year to private firm Capita.
Luxembourg ranks second with per capita estimated at approximately $80,000-a-year, followed by Singapore at approximately $61,600-a-year.
In my article titled "Turkey on the brink of middle-income trap," I argued that the high per capita income growth that was led by robust labor productivity growth during the first years of Justice and Development Party (AKP) rule, slowed down first and then totally stopped in 2012, based on a research published by BahceE-ehir University's Center for Economic and Social Research (BETAM) in August 2013.
We are extremely pleased with the opportunity to work with the State of Indiana," said Charlie Granville, CEO of Capita Technologies.
Working with Capita partners John Lewis, new recruits will provide the very best customer experience for the quality retailers.
It also does work for many other organisations and other parts of the Capita empire and the city council is keen for the facility, and the jobs, to stay in Birmingham.
We also assembled data on GDP/capita, HDI, Ecological Footprint/ capita, and Biocapacity/capita, for these 17 countries and the Gini coefficients and Life Satisfaction for a subset.
Government data shows that Bulgaria's Northwestern Region, the poorest in the EU, had a per capita GDP of BGN 5A 576, or 62% of Bulgaria's average, in 2009, while the Southwestern region including Sofia, had a per capita GDP of BGN 15A 610, three times more.
TPFCE/Pop = PCTPFCE = per capita real total private final consumption expenditure on all commodity groups.