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Brand % ACGR Change Dos Equis 24.1% 18.5% Leinenkugel's 25.1% 59.1% Summer Shandy Sierra Nevada 17.5% 46.9% Torpedo Lagunitas IPA 55.9% 39.2% ACGR Annual Compound Growth Rate. To learn more go to RISING STARS Brands less than hve full years of age that have exhibited substantial growth over the past few years.
"The financial performance of GMS has been stellar, registering an annual compound growth rate of 39.6 per cent in revenues, 49.2 per cent in EBITDA and 51.7 per cent in net profits over the last seven years.
With 10% annual market penetration growth rate, LED street lighting is expected to take a 50% share of the Chinese street lighting market; Moreover, with annual compound growth rate of 80%, Chinese street lighting's output value and sales volume has held onto the top spot worldwide.
The institute based the estimate on the annual compound growth rate (CAGR) of 15% that the Taiwan industry has so far achieved.
The number of IPTV subscribers in 2015 is expected to reach 105.1 million, and 2011 the number of users was 53 million, with the annual compound growth rate of 18.7 percent.
Holyhead Boatyard came in at 75th on the list after the pounds 32.6m turnover business achieved an annual compound growth rate of 33%.
- Achieved annual compound growth rate of 20 percent from 2005 to 2009
Chief executive Gordon Banham said: "Since we floated four years ago, our annual compound growth rate has been 50% every year.
For the five-year period from to 2009-14, Magna predicts an annual compound growth rate of just 1 percent.
Displaysearch forecasts that China's LCD TV shipments will grow by 45% in 2009, and the average annual compound growth rate will reach 35% in the next 3 years.
"Despite our 66 percent annual compound growth rate (70% in 2007), we still aren't reaching all the people we want to reach," Goldman said in a statement.
A new report from Global Business Insights says the fastest growing category within the US confectionary market is chewing gum, with an annual compound growth rate of 5.2%.
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