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“The cut would also entail a 10-per-cent approximately $100,000 drop in the arts council's operating budget.”
“I see no evidence of Mr. Obama having replicated the 10-per-cent margin of vitory Mr. Reagan enjoyed vis-a-vis Jimmy Carter.”
“A British survey conducted between 1988 and 1996 by Robin Baker, a former professor at the University of Manchester, confirmed the 10-per-cent figure.”
“All but the most technically advanced manufacturing is now generally outsourced to low-cost countries and with six to 10-per-cent economic growth rates in China and India covering more than a third of the people of the world all of our natural resources are in relentlessly increasing demand.”
“Ontario has already reduced its consumption by 2.5 per cent and, by 2007, I hope, will reach my challenge for a 10-per-cent reduction.”
“A 10-per-cent allocation to bullion for its hedging and wealth preservation benefits seems more than justified.”
“While the 10-per-cent return from the TSX should beat bonds, although not necessarily the return from long bonds, the greatest beneficiary of falling interest rates is not the equity market but rather the income trust market.”
“He said that quotas in favour of the West, Quebec and the Atlantic will be in the 10-per-cent range, and that they would have been met regardless of federal intervention...”
“The results have been fantastic, with typically 8 to 10-per-cent cost improvements identified in every review.”
“For every one-degree rise in average temperatures during the growing season there is a 10-per-cent decline in yields, says Brown.”
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