CAGR

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CAGRCompound Annual Growth Rate
CAGRCompound Annual Growth Rate (investing)
CAGRCasa Grande Ruins National Monument (US National Park Service)
CAGRCumulative Average Growth Rate (less common)
CAGRCompounded Average Growth Rate
CAGRColored Angora Goat Registry
CAGRCitizens Against Government Rule
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IDC predicts that spending on AI software for marketing and related businesses will grow at a very fast cumulative average growth rate (CAGR) of 54% worldwide, from around $360 million in 2016 to over $2 billion in 2020.
8% as of June 30, 2015 and is consistently growing with a cumulative average growth rate of over 50% during the past 12 years.
Further, cumulative average growth rate of the banking system is over 50 percent during the past 12 years.
The cumulative average growth rate of 68% of our SME portfolio over the last four years and our industry-best non-performing loan ratio is a testament to our efforts, said Selim R.
25 trillion) and growing strongly at six per cent cumulative average growth rate (CAGR).
The petrochemical industry in the region has been growing at a cumulative average growth rate of 12.
A 30 per cent cumulative average growth rate over a long time span is no ordinary task.
During an analyst and investor meeting in September, The Estee Lauder Companies said it expects a combination of sales growth initiatives, operational efficiencies and productivity gains to drive sales over the next five years at a cumulative average growth rate of 6-7% in constant currency.
However, VDC predicts a 5 year cumulative average growth rate of 17% through 2002, as the largest end user companies become increasingly saturated and smaller companies become the primary end user growth category.
8% as of 30th June, 2015 and is consistently growing with a cumulative average growth rate of over 50% during the past 12 years.
The accelerating, widespread adoption of Triple Point s products in new target industries and markets has resulted in a 5-year cumulative average growth rate (CAGR) in revenue of over 35%, with profits increasing more than 50% on average year-over-year.
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