XTRF receivables can be "simple" receivables and CAT receivables. Simple receivables allow a simple multiplication: 5 hours of work cost 5 times the per-hour rate of 30 euros, for example. CAT receivables take into account the discounts given for repetitions, 100% matches, context matches, and other matching categories. The actual calculation unit you mapped decides whether it can be used in a CAT receivable or not. (All this logic applies to payables as well.)
To fix this issue for the future, you need to know which XTRF unit you mapped to the unit coming from the source system - vendor portal or TMS. Check the original project in the other system, and see which source unit was wrongly converted. Edit the connection's automation in BeLazy, and go to the Unit mapping page without changing anything else to see what this unit was mapped to in XTRF.
Open XTRF and go to Settings / System Values: Advanced / Calculation Units, select the unit in XTRF that the source unit was mapped to, and enable the Use this Calculation Unit in CAT Analyses checkbox (after clicking Edit, of course).
Your current project was created with the right price, but with a simple receivable, so the fuzzy analysis details are not visible.