UDC

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UDC

(formerly, in Britain) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Urban District Council
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(7.) In fact, because of long-term contracts and other pre-existing arrangements, the UDCs bought about fifty percent of their power on the spot market (Farmer, Zimmerman and Cohen, 2001).
The spending power of these bodies according to one estimate is 54.4 billion[pounds], the largest components being 30.4 billion[pounds] under NHS bodies, 15.4 billion[pounds] under other non-departmental public bodies (such as UDCs, Housing Action Trusts, etc.), 2.8 billion[pounds] in higher education, 2.7 billion[pounds] in further education, and 2.2 billion[pounds] in TECs.
Water and sewerage play a major role in this process and the pattern in Pakistan is similar to that of other UDCs where "the most widespread diseases....
United Development Company (UDC) has entered into deals to develop three new construction projects at The Pearl-Qatar, its flagship development.
State-authorized median ROEs declined to 9.55% in 2015, compared to 9.7% in 2014, and a flurry of challenges to FERC-authorized ROEs is clouding earnings visibility of UDCs with significant FERC-regulated transmission assets.
Low average values for FIS, FTL and MBLC can be attributed to high concentration of the UDCs in this sample of Asian countries.
The UDCs may have had a limited lifespan, but their legacy remains.
The 1987 round of four UDCs reflected both the government's growing interest in urban regeneration in the mid-1980s together with an increasing concern about the quality and ability of local authorities to deliver major programmes and involve other partners, especially the private sector.
At present, given their medical education and a considerable migration of their doctors, the UDCs are actually subsidizing the West!
Around 30 employees including UDCs and LDCs conducted this training and were handed over certificates by IGP Islamabad Wajid Ali Khan Durrani.
The regeneration-driven UDCs, backed up in some instances with Enterprise Zone status, helped kick-start schemes such as Teesdale Business Park, Stockton-on-Tees, the timing of which was such that it successfully accommodated demand for space out of Middlesbrough's town centre.