AMIF

AcronymDefinition
AMIFAmerican Meat Institute Foundation
AMIFAustralian Marine Industries Federation (boating)
AMIFAssociation des Médecins Israélites de France
AMIFAmbient Intelligence Forum
AMIFAmerican Marine Insurance Forum
AMIFApplied Mathematics for Industrial Flows (conference)
AMIFAustralian Motor Industry Federation (est. 2011)
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This is a significant investment in the development of world-class infrastructure for industrial zones, such as road and irrigation networks, sewerage utilities and electricity transmission and distribution networks," said Jasim Al Darmaki, spokesperson for the ADCB Macquarie joint venture, which manages AMIF.
AMIF intends to provide equity capital for investments across the GCC and certain MENA countries in a full range of infrastructure sectors, such as roads, water and waste utilities.
AMIF intends to provide equity capital for investments across the GCC and certain Mena countries in a full range of infrastructure sectors, such as roads, water and wastewater utilities, ports, airports, district cooling, electricity transmission and distribution, gas distribution and social infrastructure.
This investment gives AMIF exposure to ZonesCorp-commissioned projects that form part of its charter to develop the industrial infrastructure of the emirate of Abu Dhabi and create a business climate conducive to growth and economic diversification," said Hajir Naghdy, managing director of ADCB Macquarie.
Assets to which AMIF will now have exposure include the extensions to the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi, located in the Musaffah industrial area, which is underpinning the growth of Abu Dhabi's industrial sector.
AMIF will also have an interest in the ZonesCorp-commissioned Al Ain Industrial City (AAIC) -- a 10 sq-km industrial estate on the main freight road linking Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Dubai.
The Commission's emergency funding comes on top of the regular AMIF funds that Member States receive for the implementation of their national programmes for the period 2014-2020 -- in the case of Cyprus a basic amount of e1/4 32.
We are gratified to see that foodborne illnesses continue to trend downward -- the same way pathogenic bacteria on many meat and poultry products are trending downward," said AMIF President James H.
coli O157:H7 on beef products clearly are contributing to this encouraging downward trend, according to AMIF.
Hodges of AMIF noted that the federal government is currently reviewing several industry requests to permit the use of pathogen-inhibiting ingredients.