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Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the act of calculating again (usually to eliminate errors or to include additional data)
    "recalculation yielded a much larger value"



    1. recalculation of additional levy payable
    2. Recalculation and revaluation of benefits
    3. F602B: recalculation of additional levy payable
    4. F602B: Recalculation of additional levy payable
    5. This recalculation has led to slight corrections of the dumping margins.
    6. Certain aspects of recalculation for the purposes of GHS are addressed in reference 25.
    7. The new rate shall apply from the first day of the month following the recalculation by the Authority.
    8. Besides, in the context of an expropriation, an ex-post recalculation of benefits and losses is totally out of place.
    9. The Authority shall inform EFTA States by letter of the recalculation and the date from which it applies.
    10. Update of nitrogen balances from 1997 until 2005, recalculation of some coefficients, establishment of nitrogen balances at NUTS 3 level.
    11. Based on those facts, the responsible body has submitted a proposal for a recalculation of the eligible costs and of the Community contribution.
    12. However, it adjusted the amount of EUR […] million from the amount of EUR […] million resulting from a recalculation of the assets item ‘net cash’.
    13. Member States shall ensure that existing statistical data covered by Regulation (EC) 1165/98 will be revised by recalculation or estimation to satisfy these definitions.
    14. An increased amount of import rights which results from a recalculation of such rights on the basis of the coefficient fixed in Article 1 shall only be allocated on request of the operator concerned.
    15. However, if more than one year has elapsed between the date on which the unlawful aid was first put at the disposal of the beneficiary and the date of the recovery of the aid, the interest rate shall be recalculated at yearly intervals, taking as a basis the rate in force at the time of recalculation.’