- EMI (disambiguation)
EMI may stand for:
EMIGroup plc, a record company, originally named "Electric and Musical Industries Ltd", and its sub-labels:
EMI America Records
EMI-Capitol Special Markets
EMI Christian Music Group
EMI Digital Mapping
Eastern Microwave, Incorporated, an American satellite distributor of cable television stations
Electromagnetic interference, also known as radio frequency interference.
*Engineering Mechanics Institute, an Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
*English as a Medium of Instruction, a schools program in Hong Kong
* "Equated Monthly Installment", a fixed payment owed each month against a property mortgage or other loan. It is another term for Amortization.
* "Easy Monthly Installment", a fixed payment owed each month against a property mortgage or other loan. It is also a Bollywood movie starring Sanjay Dutt.
Escape from Monkey Island", a computer game
European Monetary Institute, a financial institution
Experimental musical instruments (magazine), a magazine and website by Bart Hopkins
Experiments in Musical Intelligence, a computer program for generating musical scores
Extended matching items, a type of examination method
EMI (protocol), a short message service center protocol
*"EMI", a song from the Sex Pistols's on their album "
Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols"
Enterprise manufacturing intelligence, integrates silos of manufacturing data into a unified view.
Equated Monthly Installment, how much you need to pay every month towards your loan repayment, based on the Loan Amount, Interest rate and Tenure.
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