It shows that the per capita consumption of energy in Saudi Arabia is very high compared to consumption in two developed countries: South Korea and the US.
What does PCC stand for?
PCC stands for Per Capita Consumption (various nations)
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- Peace Community Church (various locations)
- Peachtree Christian Church (Atlanta, GA)
- Peninsula Covenant Church (Redwood City, CA)
- Pennsylvania Conservation Corps (est. 1984; Harrisburg, PA)
- Pennsylvania Convention Center (Philadelphia, PA)
- Pennsylvania Council of Churches (Harrisburg, PA)
- Pensacola Christian College (Pensacola, FL)
- People's Computer Company
- Peoria Charter Coach (bus company; Illinois)
- Peoria Civic Center (Illinois)
- Peralta Community College
- Percentage Correctly Classified
- Perfectly Conducting Cylinder
- Performance Car Concept (Volvo)
- Personal Car Communicator (Volvo Cars)
- Personal Certified Chef
- Personal Communication Computer
- Personal Computer - Client (functionality)
- Personnel Contingency Cell
- Peterborough City Council (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
From 2013 to 2016, all Filipinos will be urged to meet from 65 to 100 per cent WHO's requirement of vegetable consumption of 146 kilos per capita consumption per year, instead of the recorded 40 kilos per capita consumption in 2011, said Agriculture Secretary Proceso J.
As production increases, per capita consumption of red meats and poultry is expected to rise to about 213 pounds by 2021.
When examining how the consumption externality affects the individual's decision, researchers usually assume that the individual's utility is a function of his or her own consumption level and the per capita consumption level in the economy (Gali, 1994; Dupor and Liu, 2003).
Despite the apparent backlash against carbonated soft drinks, they remained the biggest individual drinks category, with per capita consumption of 49.
For example, per capita consumption of alcohol differs surprisingly from country to country.
Per capita consumption of fats and oils, grains, vegetables, and sugars/sweeteners led the way.
per capita consumption of tissue level off at just over 23 kg.