An act in which there is only one party (e.g., one State) whose will operates.
Variant : unilateral legal act [In A/CN.4/500, "unilateral legal act" is defined as "an unequivocal, autonomous expression of will, formulated publicly by one or more States in relation to one or more other States, the international community as a whole or an international organization, with the intention of acquiring international legal obligations".]
The cost of a single unit of output, such as cost per outpatient visit or hospital bed.
(a) All legislative bodies established by the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council, the Security Council, the Trusteeship Council or by one of their duly constituted subsidiary bodies;
(b) All legislative bodies that constitute an integral part of the decision-making process of the Organization, i.e. those that contribute to the work of the Organization either by rendering advice or adopting decisions or resolutions within their spheres of competence.
Name changed to Transnational Corporations and Management Division (TCMD)