AFPS

AcronymDefinition
AFPSAmerican Forces Press Service
AFPSAssociation France-Palestine Solidarité (French: France-Palestine Solidarity Association)
AFPSAttestation de Formation aux Premiers Secours (French: First Aid Diploma)
AFPSAssociation Française du Génie Parasismique (French: French Association of Earthquake Engineering)
AFPSArmed Forces Pension Scheme (UK MoD)
AFPSAssociation Française des Psychologues Scolaires
AFPSArmed Forces Press Service
AFPSAutomatic Facility Protection Switching
AFPSAutomated Forms Processing System
AFPSAWIPS Forecast Preparation System
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Correcting for those distortions shows that the value of the pensions the AFPs provide is three times higher than that of the public system....
As a result, contributions to AFPs have been variable as well.
"The AFP in coordination with DSWD and other concerned agencies is currently doing its best to be able to help in all ways possible," said General Carlito G Galvez, Chief of Staff, Armed Forces of the Philippines.
The second pillar was based on mandatory contributions to individual accounts managed by the private licensed companies (AFPs) under Defined Contribution formula and, as already said, it absorbed more than 80 per cent of pension savings in Chile.
Owing to its importance in the survival of cold-adapted organisms and their promising agricultural (i.e., freeze-resistant transgenic animals or plants), medical (e.g., cry-opreservation and cryosurgery), and industrial (i.e., food preservation) applications, the precise identification of AFPs is vital.
21 drew hundreds of thousands of people into the streets of Santiago and other Chilean cities under the banner "No+AFP" (no more AFP).
The airfilled pore space (AFPS) was calculated as the difference between TPV and WFPS (TPV - WFPS).
"Each of our AFPs sits on their local FPA Board and volunteers as a way of giving back to our profession.
(24) A leading actor in the speculative attacks associated with the external crises of 2008 and 2013 has been private pension funds (AFPs) that manage a financial asset portfolio, without regulatory limits by currency, of a magnitude only comparable to the central bank's foreign exchange position.