The geocoding elements (<recipient-region>, <recipient-country>, and <location>) all allow the @percentage attribute, which specifies how much of the activity was focused in each geographic area. These percentages can the result of projections, post hoc estimates, or actual expenditure tracking. Given how different these types of information actually are, it would be good to have a child element or attribute to specify how the percentage was generated in each case. An alternative would be to specify the percentage as a child element of the geocoding element, and have a @type attribute for the <percentage> element.
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