Volume index of the production of goods was at the level of 100.
What does VI stand for?
VI stands for Volume Index (compression)
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See other definitions of VI
We have 17 other meanings of VI in our Acronym Attic
- Visual Editor (Unix text editor)
- Visual Impairment
- Visual Information
- Visual Inspection
- Visual Interface
- Voiceband Information
- Voices Intact
- Volcanic Island
- Volontaire International (French: International Volunteer)
- Voltage Current
- Volume Indicator
- Voluntary Indefinite (military term of service category)
- Voluntary Initiative (UK)
- Vulnerability Index (human welfare assessment)
- Vulpine Imperium (online club)
- Visible Infrared & Multispectral
- Variability Index Constant False Alarm Rate (target detection algorithm)
- Virtual Institute - High-Productivity Supercomputing (Jülich, Germany
- Ventilatory Index Number 1
- Virtual Infrastructure 3 (Virtual Machines; software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the Trade Indices of Central Bank, export volume index and unit value, index have increased by 11.
The Turnover Volume Index of Retail Trade for February 2014 amounted 72.
Additional results from the BLOCK HF trial demonstrated a 26% relative risk reduction in the composite of death, healthcare utilization visits requiring IV heart failure therapy, and significant increase in left ventricular end systolic volume index (LVESVi a measure of cardiac function) among patients receiving BiV pacing, meeting the trial's primary objective.
According to the State Statistical Office data, the industrial production volume index in the Republic of Macedonia in January 2012, in comparison with January 2011, was 92.
Eight months of treatment with ivabradine resulted in a significant 7-mL/m2 reduction in the primary end point of left ventricular end-systolic volume index (LVESVI), compared with a 0.
The FNB Volume Index fell 23 basis points in January off a high base in December.
The body volume index (BVI) takes a 'photocopy' of a patient's body in just six seconds.