BNF

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AcronymDefinition
BNFBind-N-Fly (radio-controlled aircraft)
BNFBibliothèque Nationale de France
BNFBibliographie Nationale Française (French: French National Bibliography; National Library of France)
BNFBackus-Naur Form
BNFBritish National Formulary
BNFBritish Nutriiton Foundation (est. 1967; UK)
BNFBotswana National Front
BNFBanco Nacional de Fomento (Spanish)
BNFBackus Naur Form
BNFBackus Normal Form
BNFBeneficiary
BNFBiological Nitrogen Fixation
BNFBrave New Films
BNFBig Name Fan
BNFBreathable Nitrile Foam (wearable fabric)
BNFBritish Nuclear Fuels
BNFBarcelona Negocios y Franquicias (Spanish: Barcelona Businesses and Franchises; Barcelona, Spain; trade show)
BNFBest Neighbor Forever
BNFBrain Not Found
BNFBrand Names Foundation
BNFBroadband Nebular Filter
BNFBest New Friend
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"Nuestra propuesta de crear el Banco Nacional de Fomento Agropecuario, Pesca y Desarrollo Rural, como lo marca la Ley de Desarrollo Rural, es porque FIRA se convirtio en un organismo excluyente.
Ernesto Lora, Deputy Manager of Engineering Projects, Banco Nacional de Fomento de la Vivienda y la Produccion (BNV), Ave.
Meanwhile, on July 9, Marcelo Santos, minister secretary- general of the presidency, announced the imminent promulgation of several decrees aimed at satisfying the demands of indigenous organizations, which included a review of public transportation fares, the sale of household gas in communities, Plan Colombia policies, land titles for campesinos, capitalization of the Banco Nacional de Fomento (BNF), and support for emigres who went to Spain.
La obra estara financiada por el banco nacional de fomento de Brasil, BNDES.
Some 14,000 households would benefit directly during the first phase of the program, which will be carried out by the Instituto Nacional de la Vivienda (INVI), a governmental housing agency, together with state-owned mortgage bank Banco Nacional de Fomento de la Vivienda y la Produccion (BNV).
Algunos la calculan en 45%, dividido entre la Secretaria de Finanzas, el banco nacional de fomento Nafinsa, y Fobaproa, el fondo de rescate bancario creado tras la caida del peso.
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