The institute based the estimate on the annual compound growth rate (CAGR) of 15% that the Taiwan industry has so far achieved.
What does ACGR stand for?
ACGR stands for Annual Compound Growth Rate
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- Amateur Computer Group of New Jersey
- Air Cadet Gliding Program
- American College of General Practitioners in Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery
- Area Coordination Group
- Army Career Group
- Advisory Committee on Government Performance and Accountability
- Arms Collectors Guild of Queensland Inc. (Australia)
- Association des Cadres du Gouvernement du Québec (Canada)
- Association des Chirurgiens Généraux du Québec
- Americans for Comprehensive Government Reform
- Annual Corporate Governance Report
- Australian Centre for Gambling Research
- Australian Competitive Grants Register (Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research)
- Australian Corneal Graft Registry (ophthalmology)
- Australian Cotton Growers Research Association
- American Checkered Giant Rabbit Club (Oregon)
- A Chinese Ghost Story (film)
- Aerospace Cartographic and Geodetic Service (US Air Force; now defunct)
- American-Canadian Genealogical Society
- Anglican Church Grammar School
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5% for 2005, which is above Nestle Nespresso's sustained annual compound growth rate of more than 30% during the last five years.
5 billion in 2000/01--an average annual compound growth rate of 5.
1 billion by 2003--an annual compound growth rate of 55%--Cinderella should be so lucky.
The long term trend through 1999 is expected to result in an annual compound growth rate of 1%.
IEK pointed out global sales of smartphones, which are widely estimated to further increase to 633 million units in 2013 from 419 million units sold in 2011, and then surge to 879 million units in 2015 for a 5-year annual compound growth rate of about 20%.