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Quota is a proportional share, often used as the amount of some good that is assigned to member of a collection.
Quota may refer to:
- Affirmative action
- Racial quota
- Quotas for women in government
- Reservation in India
- Quotas in Pakistan
- Import quota, a type of trade restriction
- Poundage quota, a quantitative limit on the amount of a commodity that can be marketed
- Production quota, a numerical goal for the production of a good
- Sales quota, a minimum sales goal for a set time span
- Tariff-rate quota, a type of trade restriction
- Quota System (Royal Navy)
- Quota (EP)
- Quota sampling
- Quota International, international service organization.
- Quota share, distribution of a quota amongst individual entities.
- Screen quotas, policy that enforces a minimum number of domestic films in the theater.
- Ticket quota, target outputs for police forces.
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