LAFB

AcronymDefinition
LAFBLeft Anterior Fascicular Block
LAFBLangley Air Force Base (Virginia)
LAFBLackland Air Force Base (San Antonio, Texas)
LAFBLuke Air Force Base (Arizona)
LAFBLibyan Arab Foreign Bank (est. 1972; Libya)
LAFBLaughlin Air Force Base (Del Rio, Texas)
LAFBLowry Air Force Base (Denver, Colorado; closed 1994)
LAFBLincoln Air Force Base (Lincoln, NE)
LAFBLadd Air Force Base (now Fort Wainwright Army Post)
LAFBLight Assault Floating Bridge
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Abduljawad once headed the LAFB and Lafico, both state-owned.
In April 1999 Libya's Central Bank governor became a member of the bank's board of directors and the LAFB then indicated that the Libyan holding could be increased if any of the bank's non-Libyan shareholders wanted to sell.
Osprey will migrate back to the LAFB vicinity to breed this spring.
Decides that in addition to the provisions of paragraph 19 of resolution 1970 (2011), the measures imposed by paragraph 17 of that resolution, as modified by paragraph 11 above and paragraph 19 of resolution 1973 (2011), do not apply to funds, other financial assets or economic resources of the Central Bank of Libya, the LAFB, the LIA and the LIAP provided that:
Through ABC, LAFB, LFIC and other units, Libya's financial empire overseas has been spreading in the past several years - despite the US sanctions which were lifted in 2004.
LAFB and LAFICO financed a restructuring of Tamoil Italia (Milan/Rome) and Tamoil Trading (Zurich/Monte Carlo).
LAFB and LAFICO financed a restructuring of Tamoil Italia (Milan/Rome) and Tamoil Trading (Zurich/Monte Carlo), and the resulting group became one of the big ventures in Italy.
Through ABC, LAFB, Lafico and other units, Libya's financial empire overseas has been spreading in the past several years - despite the US sanctions which were lifted in 2004.
LAFB has a big stake in Oilinvest, a holding company in charge of overseas petroleum investments.
Close to the Oilinvest family are brilliant Libyan financiers working for Lafico and LAFB, with links to prominent European bankers.
Through ABC, LAFB, Lafico and other units, Libya's financial empire overseas has been spread-ing in the past several years despite the US sanctions.
It was established in 1988 with a share capital of $450m held equally by LAFB, Lafico and NOC.