AFME

AcronymDefinition
AFMEAssociation for Financial Markets in Europe (est. 2009)
AFMEAssociation Française de Médecine Morpho-Esthétique et Anti-Âge (French cosmetic surgery association)
AFMEArmed Forces Medical Examiner (US DoD)
AFMEAssociation Française des Médecins Esthéticiens
AFMEAfrica and the Middle East
AFMEAgent Factory Micro Edition (mobile device platform)
AFMEAlliance Franco-Marocaine d'Essaouira (French: Franco-Moroccan Alliance of Essaouira; Essaouira, Morocco)
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AFME chief executive Simon Lewis said the group was discussing "compressed market opening times" with members.
There are now four banks represented on Afme's board.
(27.) See AFME & ICMA GUIDE, supra note 21, at 27; Ma, supra note 25, at 123-24.
Investments from the top 10 US investors between February 2013 and 2014 (EY 2014: 39) added up to USD 14.47 billion - three times the amount that AFME claims is invested by EU VC funds.
Since GPF2 is an NP-hard problem, we can judge that AFME problem is also an NP-hard problem if there have a F.
ExxonMobil is expanding its range of specialist fuels for use within Emission Control Areas (ECA) with the introduction of ExxonMobil Premium Advanced Fuel Marine ECA 200 (AFME 200).
So even AFME (and its reinvention as AMIDEAST) turned away from political advocacy in the U.S.
The Management and Evaluation of Technological Programs and the Dynamics of Techno Economic Networks - The Case of the AFME. Research Policy 21: 215-236.
Limited, Institute of International Finance (AFME) NPIO and HDFC Bank Limited to name a few.
Prior to that role he was Right First Time team lead (OpEx initiatives) for the Asia and AfME manufacturing sites.
Being the head of Pfizer Innovative Pharma (GIP) in AfME, I can certainly elaborate on Pfizer R&D programs in certain therapeutic areas and I will take rheumatoid arthritis (RA) as an example.
Launched in 1951 under the leadership of the celebrity journalist Dorothy Thompson, AFME worked to foster American support for Arab nationalists such as Abdel-Nasser and counter the growing power of the so-called "Israel Lobby." Also linked to the CIA was the American Council for Judaism, an organization of anti-Zionist Jews led by Roosevelt's close friend, Rabbi Elmer Berger.