regulated item


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regulated item

[′reg·yə‚lād·əd ′īd·əm]
(ordnance)
An item requiring special control in handling distribution and use, because of its highly technical, costly, or hazardous nature, or because of some other specified concern.
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The law also makes its clear that "the authority's inspectors are authorised to inspect industrial sites, stores or any other sites or locations in the state where regulated items are declared to be located, including, but not limited to, special and free zones in order to - ensure that such items are used for peaceful purposes in accordance with the obligations of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons".
Munitions List regulated items, which makes them among the most classified items in the Pentagon's inventory.
was made in order to restrain inflationary pressures, stirred by a rise of prices for regulated items (like flour and bread) and food, inflatory expectations, as well as an increase of the global oil price,' said the National Bank of Serbia.
For example, a young under-aged member of the community may enter an establishment with a Government official to see if a cashier would sell the minor regulated items in the store e.
The remainder of the revenue then can be available to the government to purchase regulated items.
Businesses that are not certified will be required to apply for a permit each time they wish to drop off regulated items at the center.
In addition, he says, smaller yards often focus on removing regulated items, such as mercury switches and fluids, as opposed to the "desirable" item.
Meanwhile, in order to reduce the burden of undue subsidies and to ensure a better allocation of resources, it may be necessary to enhance the charges for regulated items such as water, gas, electricity, transport and communication facilities etc.
Annual CPI variation excluding food and regulated items increased, possibly due to the effect of the increase in indirect taxes.
According to the Central Bank of Egypt, the rise mainly reflected a surge in prices for food and beverages, while prices for regulated items also jumped on the back of increasing electricity prices," the report read.
Prices of regulated items rose for the first time in three months to 0.
Monthly headline inflation in August 2016 came mainly due to higher prices of regulated items, primarily electricity, in addition to increases in prices of fresh vegetables and seasonal increases in prices of red meat associated with Eid-AI-Adha.
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