consumer's risk

consumer's risk
French\ \ risque du client; risque du consommateur
German\ \ Verbraucherrisiko; Konsumentenrisiko
Dutch\ \ consumentenrisico
Italian\ \ rischio del consumatore
Spanish\ \ riesgo del consumidor
Catalan\ \ risc del consumidor
Portuguese\ \ risco do consumidor
Romanian\ \ riscul consumatorului
Danish\ \ køberens risiko
Norwegian\ \ forbrukerrisiko
Swedish\ \ konsumentrisk
Greek\ \ κίνδυνος καταναλωτή
Finnish\ \ kuluttajan t. vastaanottajan riski
Hungarian\ \ fogyasztói kockázat
Turkish\ \ tüketici riski
Estonian\ \ tarbijarisk; elukallidusindeks; tootjahinnaindeks; tarbijahinnaindeks
Lithuanian\ \ vartotojo rizika
Slovenian\ \ tveganje kupca; tveganje porabnika
Polish\ \ ryzyko konsumenta
Russian\ \ потребительский риск
Ukrainian\ \ ризик споживача
Serbian\ \ ризик потрошача; ризик купца
Icelandic\ \ neytandans hættu
Euskara\ \ kontsumitzailearen arriskua
Farsi\ \ mokhatereye m sr fkon nde
Persian-Farsi\ \ مخاطره مصرف‌کننده
Arabic\ \ مخاطرة المستهلكين
Afrikaans\ \ verbruikersrisiko
Chinese\ \ 消 费 者 风 险 , 买 方 风 险
Korean\ \ 소비자위험

Statistical terms. 2014.

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