ABIFAssociation of Banks in Fiji (est. 1971)
ABIFAustralian Biodiversity Information Facility
ABIFAmelia Book Island Festival (Florida)
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According to Asean's website, 'ABIF recognizes that some countries are more ready than others to further open up their banking sector Hence, the current focus is on pursuing bilateral reciprocal arrangements.' /kga
Under the ABIF timeline, each ASEAN-5 member (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand) should conclude at least one bilateral agreement with another ASEAN-5 country by 2018.
However, if ASEAN countries want to launch an ABIF,
Khafre Abif is the Director of the Children's Defense Fund Langston Hughes Library in Clinton, Tennessee.
During the eighteenth century, French Free Masons, a society at odds with both the Catholic Church and the French monarchy, symbolically linked their ancestral founder, Hiram Abif, executed for refusing to divulge the society's secrets, with Molay.
This results in a "kinked" demand curve, ABIF, which is a demand for morning kindergarten slots that have already been initially allocated at a zero price.
As a result, internationalists in commerce (CNC), mining (SONAMI), and finance (Asociacion de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras, ABIF), and landowners (SNA) and the SFF all supported high real exchange rates--they encouraged exports and discouraged imports.
Some 183,600 masons labored under Hiram Abif, "the most accomplish'd Mason upon earth."(7)
Part of this financial integration vision is the ABIF, or the framework agreed among the Asean member-states to facilitate the entry and operation of Qualified Asean Banks in other Asean countries to promote equal access and treatment among local banks and foreign entrants in each economy.
Travel back in time another 2,900 years and Hiram Abif, principal architect of King Solomon's Temple, lies brutally bludgeoned and bleeding to death by three villains in the tabernacle's hallowed cloisters.
The ASEAN 5 (Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand) have agreed to have one QAB at least in each country this year and by 2020, have a liberalized regional banking sector as espoused by the ASEAN Banking Integration Framework (ABIF).