one percent


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Noun1.one percent - one part in a hundred equal parts
common fraction, simple fraction - the quotient of two integers
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Sixty-seven percent of the respondents said they believed China to be Pakistan's best friend, seven percent said U.S., four percent said India, two percent said Russia, one percent said Afghanistan, whereas 14 percent believed Iran to be Pakistan's best friend, reports The News.
HSBC Holdings cut interest rates for yuan deposits with maturities of two years to five years to between one percent and 1.2 percent.
Residential building, at $205.0 billion, retreated one percent in March.
Although organics still make up only one percent of the market, sales have in fact grown 20 percent a year for the last nine years, boosting it to a $6 billion industry.
Sixty-eight percent report their efforts are underway or on target, while only one percent say efforts are underway but behind schedule.
On a weekly basis, it also increased by a measly one percent.
Islamabad -- Government has allocated one percent quota for disabled government employees in the allotment of government residencies.
DOH-7 Assistant Regional Director Elenietta Gamolo also asked individual local government units (LGUs) to also secure one percent of their population to donate blood.
Bill seeks better inclusion of PWDs in workforce !-- -- (Philstar.com) - April 14, 2019 - 3:09pm MANILA, Philippines The government should set aside at least two percent of positions for persons with disabilities, up from the currently mandated one percent, Sen.
Casualty prices declined nearly one percent on average, continuing a trend started in 2013.