Abbreviations (1/12) - Grouped by first letter "t"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "t": Table, Table grape variety, Table restructuring, ...

Special form of aggregate data, where the information is divided into cells, each corresponding to a group of individual entities.
"Table grape variety" means a vine variety which comes within the common quality standards for table grapes adopted under regulation (EEC) No 1035/72, as ...

Technique to produce safe tables by combining rows or columns.
A form of remote data laboratory designed to release safe tables.
Preparation of permitted sweeteners, which may contain other food additives and/or food ingredients and which is intended for sale to the final consumer as ...
These tables present the number of units of analysis in a cell. When data are from a sample, the cells may contain weighted counts, where weights are used ...

Tables of magnitude data present the aggregate of a "quantity of interest" over all units of analysis in the cell. When data are from a sample, the cells ...
Aggregate information on entities presented in tables.
For an agricultural census, set of statistical tables prepared to present the main census results.
Technical Assistance to the Commonwealth of Independent States
Like enterprises, enterprise groups may have many kinds of intergroup relations and integrate their operations partly or totally. Two (or more) enterprise ...
Enterprises may integrate to the extent that the number of existing enterprises is reduced. If two enterprises integrate entirely, one of the enterprises ...
A takeover is a form of acquisition where the acquiring corporation is much larger than the target corporation. The term is sometimes used to designate ...
Number of incoming (resp. incoming accepted, incoming refused, outgoing, outgoing accpeted, outgoing refused) taking back requests based on Eurodac ...
Number of incoming (resp. incoming accepted, incoming refused, outgoing, outgoing accpeted, outgoing refused) taking charge requests based on Eurodac ...
Tangible and intangible fixed assets other than agricultural assets (plantations and livestock) comprise the following elements:
· machines and other ...
See: Fixed assets
Tangible fixed assets are fixed assets that consist of dwellings other buildings and structures machinery and equipment and cultivated assets.
See: Gross investment in tangible goods
The outlay (purchases and own account production) of oil pipeline transport enterprises on additions of new and used capital goods (commodities) to their ...
Non-produced assets that occur in nature and over which ownership may be enforced and transferred. Environmental assets over which ownership rights have ...
Wagon designed for the bulk transport of liquids or gases. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the Transport Glossary.
Ship designed with a single deck and an arrangement of integral or independent tanks specifically for the bulk carriage of liquid cargo.
The use of the word tanker alone generally refers to oil tanker, carrying either crude oil or oil derivatives (normally referred to as "oil products") such ...
"Tanks and raceways" means artificial units constructed above or below ground level capable of high rates of water interchange or with a high water turnover ...
Weight of ITU or vehicle without cargo.
The weight of a transport unit (e.g. containers, swap-bodies and pallets for containing goods) before any cargo is loaded.
The tare weight of a container is included in the total weight of the containerised goods transported, also called the gross-gross weight of goods. The ...
An anonymised dataset in which an intruder attempts to identify particular population units.
Path calculated on the basis of a reference value and of the target value at target year.
Set of units about which information is wanted and estimates are required.
"Target primary areas" means the subject areas for which data are to be collected on an annual basis.
"Target sample" means the set of product-offers within consumption segments for which the Member State plans to observe prices in order to achieve a ...
"Target secondary areas" means the subject areas for which data are to be collected every four years or less frequently.
A value that the indicator should reach, accompanied or not by a deadline to achieve this value (target year).
Variable that is observed or derived and that measures an aspect of a phenomenon of interest during a survey; a goal of the survey will be to estimate ...
Year at which a target value set for an indicator has to be reached.
Integrated Tariff of the European Communities (TARIC)
Outward processing makes it possible to export goods temporarily for processing and to import the compensating products with a full or partial exemption ...
A tax break is an advantage granted to fiscal units in the form of a total or partial reduction in the compulsory levies (taxes on income, social ...
Amount subtracted directly from the tax liability due by the beneficiary household or corporation after the liability has been computed.
Provisions of tax law, regulation or practices that reduce or postpone revenue collected by government from a group of taxpayers relative to a benchmark or ...
Tax on income refers to taxes on income, profits and capital gains. They are assessed on the actual or presumed income of individuals, households or ...
OECD (1999) gives the following definition of taxes: "compulsory, unrequited payments to general government. Taxes are unrequited in the sense that benefits ...
Compulsory payments levied by general government or the Institutions of the European Union on imported goods, excluding VAT, in order to admit them to free ...
Taxes and duties on imports, excluding VAT, consist of taxes on goods and services that become payable at the moment when the goods cross the national or ...
Taxes less subsidies on production consist of taxes payable or subsidies receivable on goods or services produced as outputs and other taxes or subsidies on ...
See: Indirect taxes
Taxes on (operating a) business are mainly fees, duties etc. which have to be paid for entering or staying in business.
Despite its name, the category capital comprises not only taxes which are directly linked to capital but also taxes which are levied on operating a business ...

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