volume target

volume target

[′väl·yəm ′tär·gət]
(electromagnetism)
A radar target composed of a large number of objects too close together to be resolved.
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Both the countries have also agreed to meet the bilateral trade volume target $5 billion by end of December 2017," Ishaq Dar said at the joint press conference along with Afghanistan Finance Minister Eklil Hakimi.
That would entail a major expansion in the number of power trains available to build towards the volume target, and we have confirmed new plants in China and Europe to get us there.
He, however, insists that the company is not after increasing volumes and there is no volume target set for Rolls Royce by the BMW group.
We sometimes receive orders for a monthly volume target that constitutes the country's entire production for the year
However, he admitted it would be difficult to reach the annual export volume target within the framework of the medium term program, set at $158 billion, due to foreign cyclical developments.
Reservations in the six weeks since February 1 increased to 133 per week from 120 a year earlier, meaning Bellway has reserved or legally completed 94% of its current full-year volume target.
We have not set up any volume target but there will be systematic growth, Shah added.
Ivanovskiy said Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced trade volume target as 100 billion USD for this year during his visit to Moscow a month ago.
Mandatory Minute Ventilation - (MMV)A method of ventilation that allows the patient to breathe spontaneously with a clinician pre-set minute volume target.
Toyoda stressed the volume target would not be the most important goal.
Earlier this month, Pakistan's Ambassador to China Masood Khan had said that trade between the two nations could exceed the 2015 bilateral trade volume target of 15 billion US dollars.
EIB has set a funding volume target of EUR 70bn for 2010, from an initially announced EUR 80bn.