BTW..U.E or E.U is striving to be like 1 country, therefore the Euro Dollar. Not only that Esso is made in U.E but in Europe it is common to see things labelled made in U.E. Read this and you can translate in google. Made in U.E also means it adhere to the European Union Standard in manufacturing, if made in UK or France only the local standards, British or French standards.
Happen to Read this in another forum: (Do not know how true)
1. Actually the Esso ATF LT 71141 is a semi synthetic Dexron IID type (not even Dexron IIE) since its viscosity at -40ďż˝C is 40,000 mpa( much higher than the IIE max. limit of 20,000 mpa but lower than the Dexron IID limit of max 50,000 mpa at -40ďż˝C)
2. Esso LT71141 is Dexron IID. It is Semi Synthetic extended drain.
3. The Esso LT 71141 specs are similar to Adnoc's Dexron III (based on technical specifications provided by both manufacturers) and Adnoc is a fraction of the LT 71141 cost...
"Some manufacturer recommends their own oil. If follow manufacturer "blindly" then get ready to pay more." I quote.