3PCThird-Party Connect (telephone product)
3PCThird-Party Connect Protocol
3PCThree Phase Commit
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Under the SRO 1125, which remained effective till the approval of new budget by the national assembly, the total incidence of duty and taxes was only 33pc which included 25pc duty, 2pc sales tax, 3pc additional tax and 3pc withholding tax.
Jennie Beaumont, Stockton's Cabinet member for the environment, said: "It's a great achievement to reduce emissions by 3pc in such a short space of time and I'm confident that with more hard work and commitment, we can meet our targets."
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Most deals were between 2pc and 3.5pc in the three months to September, with an average of 3pc, up from 2.8pc in the previous quarter.
While other social and personal services increased by 3pc at constant prices and 2.3pc at current prices.
Alliance & Leicester added to the mix after its shares gained another 3pc on the back of speculation it was being courted by France's biggest bank.
It said during the first nine months of 2003 new premiums increased from pounds 836m in January to pounds 863m in September, a rise of 3pc compared with a fall of 8.3pc during the same period of 2002.
Average daily rate for the quarter was down 3pc to $169.99 and revenue per available room dropped 8.3pc to $107.01 compared with the second quarter.
And shares in Emap were down 3pc or 28p to 897p after the media company predicted difficult trading conditions in 2007 after sales growth last year was held back by the French magazine arm and a drop in public sector recruitment advertising.
But sales of some of the key product lines themselves were disappointing, prompting Unilever to cut back its growth target for the leading brands to below 3pc last week.