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The year-on-year inflation rate eased to 12.

Real estate investment grew around 28% year-on-year in 2011.

Cipla reported 62% jump year-on-year in its net profit to Rs.

Rail freight turned negative year-on-year in June, for the first time since 2009.

Total goods exports increased 4 percent year-on-year in the third quarter, reversing a 0.

The contract additions in the quarter resulted in a year-on-year increase of 127 per cent.

The number of visitors has risen year-on-year in the past 40 months since a 25-year civil war ended in May 2009.

Exports of Thai-built automobiles, motorcycles and power products dropped 11% year-on-year in the first half to 46.

In the first half of FY2012/2013, VIHL recorded a steady growth of 10% year-on-year in net sales to HK$2,135 million.

Chinese tourist arrivals doubled year-on-year in 2010, according to the Maldives Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture.

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Demand in China fell 8% year-on-year to 176.

EBITDA was up 11 percent year-on-year to P4.

Net income grew 8 per cent year-on-year to $2.

China Eastern saw its first-half net profit plunge 65 percent year-on-year to 806.

Platinum supplies from South Africa are forecast to fall by 12% year-on-year to 4.

Its subscriber base in all the markets grew 25% year-on-year to 199 million in 2011.

In China, the amount of gold jewelry sold in the second quarter of 2012 decreased by 9 percent year-on-year to 93.

Gold investment demand (all demand for gold bars, coins and ETFs and similar products) grew by 13% year-on-year to 389.

The company's shares fell in July as sales figures failed to meet expectations, even as profits rose 21% year-on-year to $8.

Gold Demand Statistics for Q3 2011: Global gold demand in the third quarter of 2011 increased 6% year-on-year to reach 1,053.

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Real GDP in Latvia grew year-on-year by 7.

Total retail sales rose year-on-year by 2.

WWD Macy's net income rose year-on-year by 4.

WWD Herms says its sales rose year-on-year by 24.

Reuters Macy's net income was up year-on-year by 4.

GTAA increased the landing fee rate year-on-year by 35.

Spin Sales across all brands at L'Oral rose year-on-year by 11.

During the quarter just ended, profits rose year-on-year by 40.

For this reason, commercial loans in June grew year-on-year by 13.

NTU's score for citations increased year-on-year by 20 points to 54.

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Year-on-year for the past 5 years you have seen an increase in profit.

The market was poised to grow at 60-80 percent year-on-year for the business unit.

The amount of tourist arrivals rose by no less than 42% year-on-year for month of August.

Gross profits were also up 10% year-on-year for the first half (1H) of FY2012/13 as well.

South Korea also reported exports declined year-on-year for a third straight month in May.

Gross profits were also up 10 per cent year-on-year for the first half (1H) of FY2012/13 as well.

Interest cost, which was growing at 25-50% year-on-year for the past six quarters, rose just 7% in the September quarter.

The market reacted to the early report, which revealed a 20% decrease in profits year-on-year for the quarter, with the share price dropping 9% from $705.

That rate of growth year-on-year for the rest of the country is heading down indicating the plateauing of sales for regions outside of the powerhouse of Auckland that is driving the overall market.

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Net sales also dropped 19 per cent year-on-year from 8.

Consolidated EBITDA was down two percent year-on-year from P18.

Innovia) The market for bioplastics is growing year-on-year from a low base.

The total loan portfolio for the period received a 10-percent hike year-on-year from P3.

Yandex revenues in USD decreased 9% year-on-year from $300 million in 2008 to $274 million in 2009.

Overall, the number of mobile phone subscribers who own a tablet has increased year-on-year from 4.

Singapore's SingTel, for instance, has seen average revenue per user drop year-on-year from US$70 to US$68.

In the three months to the end of September, platinum group metal (pgm) production rose 16% year-on-year from 33,499 oz in the corresponding quarter of 2011.

He added that year-on-year from September 2011 to September 2012, there had been an increase of 15 per cent in the number of leasing companies incorporated in Labuan.

According to the April 2012 edition of the Employment Monitor, there was an increase of 5% in the number of new professional job vacancies year-on-year from April 2011.

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Chinese jewellery demand was 13% higher year-on-year at 131.

Retail revenue per passenger remained broadly flat year-on-year at 18.

Scribes at UBS believe copper prices will have boosted the firm, but estimates net earnings to be down 10 per cent year-on-year at $624m (395m).

In spite of challenging market conditions, gold demand from the global technology sector showed significant resilience and was flat year-on-year at 120.

And despite the monthly fall, the average property price across England and Wales is two per cent higher year-on-year at 236,761 -- the largest annual rise since 2007.

The sharpest percentage jumps in overall investment were seen in small-scale projects -- up 91% year-on-year at $60 billion, and in government-funded research and development, up 121% at $5.

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It is up an estimated 13% year-on-year on an underlying basis.

Sorrell said that 2012 had started in line with expectations, with revenues up 4% year-on-year on a like-for-like basis.

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At the financial level, year-on-year during the first half we have grown revenues by 8.

The total amount of loans extended to customers by the banks operating in Qatar grew by 25 percent year-on-year during 2011.

Spencer's Retail said its same-store sales increased 24% year-on-year during August 11-15, driven by beverages, health and beauty, bakery products and staples that saw over 30% sales growth.

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Sales to the end of July show an increase of 5% year-on-year with huge investment being made to expand its industrial footprint even further in the UK, Spain and Russia.

Background information / related documents The resistance problem can be traced to the practice of worming sheep year-on-year with wormers that contain chemicals of the same chemical class.

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She reported that year-on-year after this her income from employment increased.

It's been decreasing year-on-year after the rush of older couples to get hitched when civil partnerships were introduced.

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Aragon-Gobio discloses that aggregate reservation sales of property developers have grown 58% year-on-year as of end-June, with reservation sales hitting a record US$1.

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Video game retail sales have plummeted year-on-year over the course of 2012.

Example: Accomplished sales professional, with a track record of year-on-year over target: Four times promoted within 5 years; national award winner 4 times.

As a reminder new vehicle sales in Australia are up 9% year-on-year over the period to 822,674 units, on track to beat the all-time Full Year sales record set in 2007.