Abbreviations (1/4) - Grouped by first letter "u"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "u": UHT milk, Ultimate beneficial owner, Ultimate controlling institutional unit (UCI) of a foreign affiliate, ...

Uperized milk (or UHT milk) must be produced by applying a continuous flow of heat using a high temperature for a short time (not less than 135 °C for not ...
The ultimate beneficial owner (UBO) of a given unit is the unit which, while going up the chain of direct and indirect majority owners, is not owned by more ...

Institutional unit, proceeding up a foreign affiliate’s chain of control, which is not controlled by another institutional unit.
Head of a chain of companies or affiliates that controls all the enterprises in the chain without itself being controlled by any other company.
The country in which the ultimate investor is resident is the ultimate investing country (UIC) for the investment in the direct investment enterprise. It is ...
Filtration of liquids through a membrane permeable only for small molecules

Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations
Five-character code where the first two characters are the ISO 3 166 country codes while the remaining three are derived from Recommendation 16 from the ...
Transport of a road vehicle or an intermodal transport unit (ITU, see 4.1), not
accompanied by the driver, using another mode of transport (for example a ...
"Unaccompanied minors" means third-country nationals or stateless persons below the age of 18, who arrive on the territory of the Member States ...
A statistic is said to be an unbiased estimate of a given parameter when the mean of the sampling distribution of that statistic can be shown to be equal to ...
Definition 1 : Estimator whose bias is zero. Definition 2 : An estimator is said to be unbiased if the bias (difference between its mathematical expectation ...
A sample drawn by a method which is free from bias. This implies not only freedom from bias in the method of selection, e.g. random sampling, but freedom ...
United Nations Common Coding System
The household has not paid in full at the "end of the month" the amount spent or owed with credit/store cards for at least the last three months because of ...
Paper suitable for printing or other graphic purposes where less than 90% of the fibre furnish consists of chemical pulp fibres. This grade is also known as ...
Paper suitable for printing or other graphic purposes, where at least 90% of the fibre furnish consists of chemical pulp fibres. Uncoated woodfree paper can ...
Uncompensated seizures occur when governments or other institutional units take possession of the assets of other institutional units, including ...
Experimental data, data under development and particular useful indicators (i.e. business cycle turning points)
Forest being prepared for regeneration or in the process of reforestation by planting, seeding or natural regeneration after the previous stand was totally ...
Occurs when target population units are not accessible via the frame. The sampling frame is incomplete, some units are omitted and potential respondents ...
The situation when the value of a plan’s assets are less than its liabilities, thereby having an actuarial deficiency.
The underground economy consists of activities that may be both productive in an economic sense and also quite legal (provided certain standards or ...
"Underlying cause of death" means the disease or injury which initiated the train of morbid events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the ...
In digitizing, a line that has not been extended all the way to the point where it should connect with another line.
A person is considered underweight if he or she has a body mass index (BMI) smaller than 18.5.
Funds committed by the creditor but not yet utilized by the borrower. In BIS terminology, this refers to open lines of credit that are legally binding on ...
The unearned premium is the amount of the actual premium received that relates to the period past the accounting point (§ 6.187 and 17.5).
The "unemployed" comprise all persons above a specified age who during the reference period were: (a) "without work", i.e. were not in paid employment or ...
Unemployed persons comprise persons aged 15-74 who were (all three conditions must be fulfilled simultaneously): 1. without work during the reference week; ...
In accordance with the guidelines established by the International Labour Organization (13th International Conference of Labour Statisticians), further ...
Unemployment benefits refer to benefits that replace in whole or in part income lost by a worker due to the loss of gainful employment, provide a ...
Unemployment benefits cover any benefit related to unemployment, job creation or training. These include: unemployment insurance benefits, unemployment ...
Income maintenance and support in cash or kind in connection with unemployment. This definition is identical in versions 1996, 2008 and 2011 of the Manual
The unemployment rate represents unemployed persons as a percentage of the economically active population.
Sampling design in which the inclusion probability may be different for each unit of the population.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) seeks to encourage the identification, protection and preservation of cultural ...
High forest in which there is a mixture of different age classes. Usually, the trees can not be separated into different storeys.
Loss in value on an asset due to a fall in demand for that type of asset that could not have been foreseen when the asset was acquired. Unforeseen ...
Unfunded employee social insurance benefits are social benefits payable to their employees, their dependants or survivors by employers administering ...
Plans that are financed directly from contributions from the plan sponsor or provider and/or the plan participant. Unfunded pension plans are said to be ...
“Unfunded pension schemes”, frequently referred as to “Pay as you go systems”, are schemes where
one unit is “responsible” for the unconditional ...
These are schemes in which employers pay social benefits to their employees, former employees or their dependents out of their own resources without ...
An unincorporated enterprise represents the production activity of a government unit, NPISH or household that cannot be treated as the production activity ...
Some countries, especially those which share the Alps, have mountainous regions which are completely uninhabitable. The limit of these mountainous regions ...
A sample unique that is also population unique. The proportion of sample uniques that are union uniques is one measure of file level disclosure risk.
A respondent that can be distinguished from all other members in the sample (sample unique) or population (population unique), by using a set of identifying ...
Variable or set of variables in the data records in a data source or any list of statistical units which is used for - verifying that the data source (or ...
A uniform price. A price which is the same in all outlets at which the product is sold. Unique prices can usually be collected centrally or by visiting a ...
A product that is only manufactured once to the specification of an individual customer.

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