PFI


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AcronymDefinition
PFIPay for Inclusion (web search engines)
PFIPrivate Finance Initiative
PFIPrivate Finance Initiative (UK)
PFIPriority for Improvement (various organizations)
PFIPower Factor Improvement
PFIPrison Fellowship International
PFIPort Fuel Injection
PFIPartition from Image
PFIPay for Inclusion
PFIPort Fuel Injection (engines)
PFIPractical Farmers of Iowa
PFIPet Food Institute
PFIPublic Finance Initiative
PFIPrimary Financial Institution
PFIPipe Fabrication Institute
PFIPersonnel Force Innovation (US DoD)
PFIPellet Fuels Institute
PFIPaul Frank Industries (California)
PFIPagan Federation International
PFIPresence From Innovation LLC
PFIPartnerships for Inclusion
PFIPro-Forma Invoice (Customs)
PFIProspective Financial Information
PFIPharma Foods International (Japan)
PFIPandemic Flu Information (forum)
PFIPatapsco Female Institute (Maryland)
PFIPermanent Functional Impairment
PFIPublic Financial Institution (India)
PFIPerformance Feel Index (automotive engineering)
PFIPrismaflex International
PFIPerformance Factor Interview
PFIPill-Free Interval (combined oral contraceptive pill)
PFIPower Fail Interrupt
PFIPayload FCS (Frame Check Sequence) Indicator
PFIPurolator Facet, Inc. (Franklin, TN)
PFIPastoral Formation Institute
PFIProgrammable Function Input
PFIPositive Financial Impact
PFIPagtinabangay Foundation, Inc.
PFIPersonal Finance Initiative
PFIPre-Fire Inspection
PFIPartial Frame Image
PFIPrivate Fax Interface
PFIPristane Formation Index (molecular maturity parameter)
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The PFI process may distort spending priorities as potential projects may be taken forward because they are "PFIable" or can generate a bankable revenue stream, rather than because they will deliver the greatest overall social benefits.
PFI projects involve the construction and management of public facilities and industrial infrastructure with private-sector finance to complement the ability of cash-strapped national or local governments to implement public works projects.
It is widely expected that a PFI would enable the government to cut back on annual fiscal outlays on public works projects, while thawing Japan's frozen real estate market.
The PFI was launched at a time when the fiscal deficit was heading towards record highs even as the perception was spreading that whole portions of public infrastructure needed rehabilitating (Heald, 1997).
Earlier on Thursday, the Jharkhand police raided a training centre of the PFI in Pakur district of the state.
The repayments on PFI debt have to be made first and are so steep that teaching assistants are losing their jobs and patient services are being cut back.
The GMB union said the report showed the game is up for PFI and called on the Government to fund public services upfront instead.
Successful PFI projects require a very special blend of skills involving both public and private sector partners and call for a high level of innovation, detailed co-ordination and co-operation from advisers.
Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (CHFT) is currently paying about PS22m a year - about 7% of its PS330m budget - in PFI payments on Calderdale Royal Hospital (CRH).
To a question, he said the first ever zoo in Peshawar was being established in the premises of PFI to provide better entertainment facilities to residents of Peshawar.
Bishopsford Technology College is one of four schools in the council's PFI programme, which dates back to 2002.