BFDA

AcronymDefinition
BFDABureau of Food and Drug Analysis (est. 1978; Taiwan)
BFDABurmese Freedom and Democracy Act of 2003
BFDABureau of Food and Drug Administration (Taipei, Taiwan)
BFDABörse für Deutsche Apotheken (Reinheim, Germany)
BFDABritish Fancy Dress Association (UK)
BFDABlack Fashion Designers Association (New York, NY)
BFDABulgarian Falun Dafa Association (religious organization)
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We want his highest punishment as well trial of Khaleda Zia." Awami Swechasebak League President Molla Ahmed Abu Kawsar, president of film producer and distributor association Khorshed Alam Khasru, BFDA president Mushfiqur Rahman Gulzar, actors Alamgir and Ferdous, actress Moushumi and Anjana Biswas, among others, took part in the discussion held with Film League president Mia Alauddin in the chair.
(146.) See Ewing-Chow, supra note 105, at 158 ("The US State Department reports also suggest that per capita incomes in Myanmar fell from US$300 to US$225 from 2003 to 2004, a fall largely attributable to the BFDA. Unofficial estimates of the per capita income in 2005 suggest an even greater fall to US $145....").
104-208) authorizes the President to ban new investments in Burma if "the Government of Burma has physically harmed, rearrested for political acts [emphasis added] or exiled Daw Aung Suu Kyi or has committed large-scale repression of or violence against the Democratic opposition." The BFDA requires a ban on all imports from Burma, a ban on the products of certain Burmese companies, a freeze of the assets of certain Burmese officials and U.S.
"Always creative--and never imitative, Brooklyn is setting the trends for America and the world, so I'm thrilled that the Brooklyn Fashion and Design Accelerator (BFDA) in Williamsburg, the epicenter of the epicenter, will bring together our city's most imaginative minds to generate the cutting-edge designs of the future."
Bush Administration did not take significant action on Burma until after the attacks on the Burmese opposition in the spring of 2003 and the passage of the Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act of 2003 (BFDA).
Three laws include restrictions on the issuance of visas to certain Burmese nationals: Section 570 of the Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 1997; the 2003 BFDA; and the Tom Lantos Block Burmese JADE Act, plus Presidential Proclamation 6925 (17) and E.O.
opposition to IFIs' assistance to Burma required under Section 5 of the 2003 BFDA if the President determines to do so is in the national interest of the United State.
Bush imposed new sanctions against Burma pursuant to the Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act (BFDA) and Executive Order 13310, including a ban on imports of products of Burma, a ban on the export of financial services to Burma, and an asset freeze against the SPDC and three designated Burmese foreign trade financial institutions.
In addition, visa restrictions against Burma have been in place under Presidential Proclamation 6925 pursuant to Section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, the BFDA, the JADE Act, and other authorities for many years.
In 2003, President Bush imposed new sanctions against Burma pursuant to The Burma Freedom and Democracy Act (BFDA) and Executive Order 13310, including, a ban on all imports from Burma, a ban on the export of financial services to Burma, and an asset freeze against designated Burmese financial institutions, .
In addition, visa restrictions against Burma have been in place under the BFDA and other authorities for many years.
The Burma Freedom and Democracy Act (BFDA), passed by Congress and signed by the President in 2003, includes a ban on all imports from Burma, a ban on the export of financial services to Burma, a freeze on the assets of certain Burmese financial institutions, and extended visa restrictions on Burmese officials.