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Org/glossary 37 AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINE (ATM) Source: Glossary of Terms Used in Statistical Data EditingLocated on K-Base, the knowledge base on statistical data editing, UN/ECE Data Editing Group Automated teller machine (ATM) An electromechanical device that permits authorised users, typically using machine-readable plastic cards, to withdraw cash from their accounts and/or access other services, such as balance enquiries, transfer of funds or acceptance of deposits. ATMs may be operated either online with real-time access to an authorisation database or offline.

It also implies individual or corporate ownership of the stock being cultivated Apprentices Source: Glossary of Environment Statistics, Studies in Methods, Series F, No. 67, United Nations, New York, 1997 Apprentices are all employees who do not participate fully in the production process of the unit because they are working under an apprentice's contract or because the fact that they are undertaking vocational training impinges significantly on their productivity. Source: Eurostat, 1998, Definitions of SBS Regulation variables (16 13 2), Eurostat, Luxembourg French equivalent: Aquaculture/Aquiculture Apprenticeship support and related forms of general youth training Apprenticeship support and related forms of general youth training covers many forms of training and work practice in enterprises for young people.

Nsf/LinkTo/OCDEGD(97)163) Source: The OECD Economic Outlook: Sources and Methods Area payments are budgetary payments made to individual producers on the basis of area (acres or hectares) of eligible land. Context: Under some programmes, payments are made per hectare of land planted to a specific crop in order to supplement producer returns earned through market price. When used as part of a supply control measure, acreage payments are made per hectare of land fallowed or withdrawn from agricultural use, or for non-production of specific commodities.

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