from which/ of which

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elcholandes

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dutch
Dear all,

I have a problem and have doubts about the differences between:
"from which" and "of which"

For instance, is the following sentence correct?

Currently, there are around 120 employees working for PPM from which 97% are Mexicans and the remaining dutch.

Could I also use of which? what is the difference?

Thanks in advance,

J.L.S
 
  • Loob

    Senior Member
    English UK
    I'd say "of whom", as you're talking about people.

    It's 97% of something, not 97% from something :)
     

    semeeran

    Senior Member
    Indian Tamil, India
    'There are around 120 employees working for PPM of whom 97% are Mexicans and the remaining dutch.'
    Is this sentence OK?
    Thanks.
     
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