The firm imported computer processing units from Europe - mostly Ireland - VAT free.
What does CPU stand for?
CPU stands for Computer Processing Unit
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 210 other meanings of CPU in our Acronym Attic
- Collective Protection Unit
- Columbia Pacific University
- Commonwealth Press Union (UK)
- Communications Processor Unit
- Communist Party of Ukraine
- Community for Pittsburgh Ultimate
- Competition Promotion Unit
- Comprehensive Plan Update (various locations)
- Computer Parts USA (Texas)
- Computer Power User (magazine)
- Computer Processor Unit
- Condensate Polishing Unit (water treatment)
- Conférence des Présidents d'Université (French: Conference of University Presidents)
- Constantine the Philosopher University (Slovakia)
- Contract Postal Unit (US Post Office station)
- Contribution Per Unit
- Contrôle de Production en Usine (French: Factory Production Control)
- Corporate Policy Unit (various locations)
- Corporate Procurement Unit
- Cost Per Unit
Samples in periodicals archive:
They set up a series of companies to hide their ill-gotten gains made through illegally selling on computer processing units.
Yesterday's case involved 53 traders in mobile telephones and computer processing units and their trade body, the Federation of Technological Industries, who appealed against new clauses in UK law making all parties involved in such transactions jointly liable for the missing VAT.
5 pounds of lead, and computer processing units contain trace metals that can leach out of unlined landfills.
The project collected unwanted electronic equipment sold by Staples (including laptops, computer processing units, monitors, printers, fax machines and small peripheral devices) from retail and commercial customers and provided recycling services using "reverse logistics" using Staples' delivery trucks and product distribution network.
He buys a consignment of computer processing units, which are very expensive.