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Short for Not To Exceed.

National Trade Estimates Report

An annual report by the United States Trade Representative discussing the best export markets for the U.S. It includes information like market size and trade barriers that exporters may face.

Not to Exceed

An estimate of the cost of a project that a potential contractor gives to the firm negotiating a contract. An NTE includes additional funds that might be needed in case something goes wrong. It is important to note than an NTE assumes that the scope of the project does not change; it may be revised if this occurs.
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NTE (my abbreviation for this journal) first appeared in 1925 but soon ceased publication due to a hostile political situation and the onslaught of World War II.
Predictive validity research has been performed using the NTE and ACT |for reviews see Kerr, McPhee and Kleine (1987) & Heard and Ayers (1988)~.
For example, with NTE an organization can: transcribe large volumes of audio content within an organizations call center to provide rich customer insights and improve service, produce rapid transcription of broadcast media in order to understand and analyze what is being said in near-real time worldwide, or fully transcribe corporate audio and video assets for rapid searching and indexing.