EUI

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AcronymDefinition
EUIEuropean University Institute
EUIEngineering User Interface
EUIExtended User Interface
EUIEnd User Interface
EUIEffective User Interface
EUIEnterprise User Interface
EUIExtended Unique Identifier (networking devices)
EUIEnergy Utilization Index (US Department of Energy)
EUIEuroclear UK & Ireland
EUIEthnography of the University Initiative
EUIEconomist Intelligence Unit
EUIElectronic Unit Injector
EUIEnd User Identity
EUIEscuela Universitaria de Informática (Spain)
EUIEmailing under the Influence
EUIEnhanced User Interface (Telabs)
EUIEnergy Use Intensity (DoE, EIA)
EUIEnd User Information
EUIEnd-System Unique Identifier
EUIExams Unlimited, Inc.
EUIExecutive User Interface
EUIEducation Unlimited International
EUIEcola Universitaria d'Infermeria
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The Institute, with The Economist Intelligence Unit, developed this first of its kind index to offer investors an analytic tool on inclusive growth across four themes.
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Summary: Research from the Economist Intelligence Unit says GCC-Asia trade has been rising by 11 per cent annually, compared to only 5 per cent a year for trade with OECD countries.
In the annual survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit, the Canadian west coast city and 2010 Winter Olympics host scored 98 percent on a combination of stability, health care, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure -- a score unchanged from last year.
The survey gives investors, lenders and donors "a comprehensive and comparable snapshot of each country's microfinance sector", according to Vanesa Sanchez, project manager at the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Robert Ward, director of global forecasting for the Economist Intelligence Unit will address the topic "Global Economic Perspectives: EIU's overview of global growth perspectives and factors.
Summary: London - Morocco is hoping to become a leading actor in renewable energy on the southern shore of the Mediterranean, said the UK Think-tank, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), in its Morocco Country Report for July.