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50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "c": C.i.f. price, Cabotage (maritime context)/ national sea transport, CAD/CADD, ...

The c.i.f. price (cost-insurance-freight) is the price of a good delivered at the frontier of the importing country, or the price of a service delivered to ...
Sea transport between two ports (a port of loading/embarkment and a port of unloading/ disembarkment) located in the same country irrespective of the ...

Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CAD/CADD)
Records that describe the past, present and future rights and interests in land ownership for legal and tax purposes. Cadastral maps show the geographic ...
Comprehensive register of the property within a country.
Open or covered enclosed structures constructed with net, mesh or any porous material allowing natural water interchange. These structures may be floating, ...

Definition 1: As model selection measure, cAIC is well -suited for small area estimation. It is relevant to inferences regarding the clusters, or areas, in ...
Interval containing possible values for a suppressed cell in a table, given the table structure and the values published.
Gross earnings were measured according to different time periods: hourly, weekly/monthly, and annual. Calculation of these measures posed a number of ...
The timing of certain public holidays, such as Christmas and Easter, clearly effect some series, particularly those related to production. Many series are ...
Calendar adjustment, within the pre‐treatment of seasonal adjustment, deals with the non‐seasonal part of calendar effects.
See: Working days
Influence deriving from differences in the number of working days or the dates of particular days which can be statistically proven and quantified.
Estimate of the non-seasonal calendar effect, for which there is statistical evidence and an economic explanation.
The calendar effects component is that part of the seasonal component that represents calendar variations in a time series, such as trading days / working ...
The register version containing all objects that have existed at any point during a specific year. Objects that are added or cease to exist during the year ...
One of the most important methods of weighting commonly used by many statistical agencies in survey sampling, whose main aim is to compute weights to be ...
In the calibration procedure for totals, equations in which calibration weights applied to all auxiliary variables in the sample exactly reproduce the known ...
Definition 1: Estimator which is a weighted sum of sample observation, whose weights are obtained in order to minimize a distance with the design weights ...
Weights which replace the original initial design weights and satisfy calibration equations.
Software that runs in the scheduling system according to the values of the scheduling parameters set by survey responsible.
This category covers work that can only be carried out by one recipient, for reasons of a legal or de facto monopoly.
A camp is a separate and independent set of premises comprising all or part of a semi-permanent or temporary structure or set of structures which by the way ...
Decision to invalidate a refugee status recognition which should not have been granted in the first place.
Canonical decomposition maximises the variance of the irregular component, which also maximises the smoothness of the seasonal and trend‐cycle component ...
Method of "covering" a geographical area to locate dwellings and or households, usually applied in operations undertaken to update a sample frame.
Maximum number of eggs for hatching which may be placed simultaneously in incubators excluding hatchers.
Maximum authorised number of passengers that a vessel may carry.
Number of months the storage facilities can hold the manure produced on the agricultural holding without any risk of runoff, and without any occasional ...
Computer Aided Personal/Self/Telephone Interviewing
Capital is generally considered as a wealth component (sum of assets belonging to enterprises, government and households). Capital corresponds in economics ...
The purpose of the capital account is to record the values of the non-financial assets that are acquired, or disposed of, by resident institutional units by ...
The Capital and Financial Account is one of the major components of the Balance of payments. The standard components of the Balance of Payments are ...
See: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital expenditure is a general term often used as a synonym for investment. Capital expenditure relates to expenditure that is charged to the balance ...
Capital expenditures for innovations are composed of gross expenditures on land and buildings, on instruments and equipment and on computer software. ...
Capital expenditures are the annual gross expenditures on fixed assets used in the R&D programmes of statistical units. They should be reported in full for ...
Capital flight may be defined as transfer of assets denominated in a national currency into assets denominated in a foreign currency, either at home or ...
See: Gross capital formation
See: Holding gains
Capital goods are goods other than material inputs and fuel, used for the production of other goods and/or services. They include factory buildings, ...
Capital income covers interests on saving certificates, bank deposits and dividends from shares.
Analysts in the media commonly refer to "capital injections" made by the government in a public corporation, when some financial support is provided. The ...
Capital injections in kind are when government transfers the ownership of fixed capital assets from itself to a public corporation. Straightforward cases of ...
The physical contribution of capital in the production of output. Capital input is measured as the flow of capital services into production.
Capital levies are occasional and exceptional levies on assets or net worth owned by institutional units.
Capital levies consist of taxes on the values of the assets or net worth owned by institutional units levied at irregular, and very infrequent, intervals of ...
Annual gross amount paid for the acquisition of fixed assets that are used repeatedly or continuously in the performance of R&D for more than one year. They ...
The capital service price is the unit cost for the use of a capital asset for one period, that is, the price for employing or obtaining one unit of capital ...
"Measuring Capital" Manual Capital services are the productive inputs, per period, that flow to production from a capital asset. The value of capital ...

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