NFIA

AcronymDefinition
NFIANetherlands Foreign Investment Agency
NFIANational Families In Action
NFIANational Federation of Indian-American Associations (est. 1980; Gaithersburg, MD)
NFIANational Flood Insurance Act of 1968
NFIANiagara Falls International Airport
NFIANet Factor Income from Abroad (national business statistic)
NFIANational Fire Industry Association (Australia; est. 1926)
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The match between Muntajat and The Netherlands is perfect," said Bas Pulles, the commissioner for Foreign Investments at the NFIA.
This emerges from the annual NFIA results which were presented by Minister for Foreign Trade Heemskerk on 17 March 2009.
In arguing against federal court jurisdiction, the plaintiff asserted that the NFIA does not prohibit state courts from hearing cases arising out of an insurer's claims handling practices.
Building in coastal areas increased significantly as a result of the 1968 NFIA, which encouraged development by providing subsidized flood insurance.
For foreign companies planning to establish, expand or re-organize their pan-European operations in the Netherlands, the NFIA provides a wide range of services in areas such as economics, operational costs, fiscal and legal matters, and business locations, as well as key information onnational, local and regional development companies.
The NFIA is an operational unit of the EVD, the agency for international business and cooperation, which in turn is part of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.
First and foremost, ITA needed to be close to its customers and Amsterdam's central location in Europe makes it an ideal spot," explained Marco Smit, area director, NFIA.
The NFIA and aib are very pleased for the opportunity to collaborate with the Expedia group in bringing additional jobs to Amsterdam, said Henny Jacobs, director investment projects, NFIA.
The record number of Dutch exhibitors at Gulfood 2009 underlines the strengths of the Netherlands when it comes to developing, producing, processing and distributing food products for global markets", said Patrick Polman, director Gulf region of the NFIA, the Dutch government agency that is helping and advising foreign companies who wish to take advantage of the Dutch business environment as a strategic base to cover Europe.
NFIA, as was officially announced last January by the Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade, will extend its expertise to the Gulf region "through advising companies interested in establishing, expanding or re-organising their pan-European operation in the Netherlands," Polman said, and added that NFIA will also help investors who wish to take advantage of the Dutch business environment as a strategic base to cover Europe.
companies' direct investments in the Netherlands, The NFIA has offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Austin, Texas; Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois; New York, New York; and San Mateo, California, www.
As borders have disappeared and exchange rates have become very favorable, the European market is extremely attractive and establishing an operation in Europe makes a lot of sense," says Pierre van Kleef, executive director of NFIA in North America.