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EIUEconomist Intelligence Unit
EIUEastern Illinois University
EIUEven If Used
EIUEffective Interventions Unit (Scotland, UK)
EIUExperimental Interaction Unit
EIUEngine Interface Unit
EIUEthernet Interface Unit
EIUElectronic Interface Unit
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EIUExtension In-Use (Telecommunications Industry Association Standards and Technology Department)
EIUEnterprise Information Unification
EIUEnergy Information Strategies for Unregulated Markets
EIUElevator Inspectors Unit (gaming clan)
EIUEuropean International University
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The Economist Intelligence Unit report, entitled Guts & Gigabytes, explores the changing nature of corporate decisionmaking and the use of data by companies across the globe.
BEIRUT: The Economist Intelligence Unit issued its latest report on Lebanon in which it revised downward its 2012 real GDP growth from 3.2 percent to 2.9 percent.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) predicts that Lebanon's economy will grow by 5.8 percent this year and 5.5 percent in 2011, according to a report in The Daily Star.
"Our report demonstrates the growing development of the GCC as an economic and trading hub," says Jane Kinninmont, an editor and economist at the Economist Intelligence Unit and author of the report.
2 by the Economist Intelligence Unit and is reprinted in CubaNews with the express permission of EIU, which is solely responsible for its content and point of view.
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A report on EU enlargement by the Economist Intelligence Unit (see European Report 2785) has already indicated that it could take more than fifty years for Central and Eastern European acceding states to reach, under a benign growth scenario, the EU-15 average GDP per head, assuming this were to grow at 2% a year.
The Economist Intelligence Unit's price index for hard commodities and industrial raw materials (IRM) is forecast to continue 2002's slow recovery over the next two years, with gains of 4% in 2003 and 5.4% in 2004.
Oslo is the third most expensive city in the world, according to the latest ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Duncan Wrigley is deputy economist for the Economist Intelligence Unit in London.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has responded by introducing new risk services and opening up its existing (internal) country sovereign risk model to its global clientele.