AIU

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AcronymDefinition
AIUAmerican Intercontinental University
AIUAkita International University (Japan)
AIUAllegheny Intermediate Unit (Homestead, PA)
AIUAudio Interface Unit
AIUAssociation of Indian Universities
AIUAtlantic International University
AIUAdult Inpatient Unit (various locations)
AIUAmerican International Underwriters (trade association)
AIUAssociates in Urology (various locations)
AIUAlliance Israélite Universelle (French: Universal Israelite Alliance)
AIUAlliant International University
AIUAssociation Internationale des Universités
AIUAmerican International University (Virginia)
AIUAmbulatory Infusion Unit (University of Missouri Health Care; Columbia, MO)
AIUAudit Inspection Unit (UK)
AIUAbsolute Iodine Uptake (thyroid)
AIUAccident Investigation Unit
AIUAgricultor-Importador-Usuario (Spanish: Agriculture Import Use; Peru)
AIUAnalog Interface Unit
AIUAssociation Internationale des Urbanistes (French: International Association of Urban Planners)
AIUAstrophysical Institute & University Observatory
AIUAmerican Idol Underground (online community)
AIUAlarm Interface Unit
AIUAdministración Imprevistos y Utilidad (Spanish)
AIUAircraft Interface Unit
AIUAntenna Interface Unit
AIUAvionics Interface Unit
AIUAdvanced Interface Unit
AIUAmerican Insurance Union
AIUAccess Interface Unit
AIUArmament Interface Unit
AIUAll I Understand
AIUAutomatic Digital Network Interface Unit (US DoD)
AIUAirborne Instrumentation Unit
AIUAFSPC IDHS Upgrade
AIUAuthentic Independent Union (Puerto Rico)
AIUAFTAC Interface Unit
AIUArticle In Use
AIUArab Information Union
AIUAccount Intelligence Unit (Citibank)
AIUAOCMS Interface Unit
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A public report carried out by the public report carried out by the Financial Reporting Council's Audit Inspection Unit on PwC for its year ended March 2012 revealed that work performed in the rm's two o"--shore centres accounted for about 4% of core audit hours in 2011 and was expected to rise to 6% in 2012.
"These headline figures should make interesting reading for regulators," says Sally Percy, editor of Accountancy "The recent report from the Audit Inspection Unit of the Financial Reporting Council's Professional Oversight Board caused a stir when it criticised one of the big four accountancy firms for seeking to grow non-audit fees from its audit clients.
The report concluded: "In relation to its reviews of individual audits undertaken by the seven major firms, the [POB's] audit inspection unit considered the audit work generally to have been performed to a good or acceptable standard ...