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CFPAConsumer Financial Protection Agency (proposal; US Congress)
CFPAConnector for Front Panel Audio
CFPACenter for Professional Advancement
CFPACalifornia Food Policy Advocates
CFPACaribbean Family Planning Affiliation
CFPACenter For Policy Alternatives
CFPACenter for the Fine and Performing Arts (various locations)
CFPACanadian Fluid Power Association
CFPACalifornia Foreclosure Prevention Act
CFPACanadian Federal Pilots Association
CFPACanadian Fighter Pilots Association
CFPACanadian Food Processors Association
CFPACopper Film Peeling Abnormality
CFPAChicago Film Producers Alliance
CFPACooled Focal Plane Array
CFPACustomer Floor Plan Approval (construction)
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On July 8, Frank, along with 12 other members of the committee, became original co-sponsors of the Obama administration's bill creating the CFPA. The bill, H.R.
All credit unions would be subject to any regulations issued by the CFPA but only the three credit unions with assets of more than $10 billion--Navy FCU, State Employees CU, and Pentagon FCU--would face additional examination by the CFPA.
The CFPA could send a representative on the examination if the credit union's practices raise concerns.
"On CFPA, this bill is similar to where the House bill was when it started.
A Chinese NGO, China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA), handed over a 10-roomed school building for the Mahendra Adarsha Vidyashram at Satdobato in Lalitpur.
PIn December the Cromarty Firth Port Authority (CFPA) - or the Port of Cromarty Firth as it prefers now to be known - published its winter newsletter.
has acquired 90% ownership of Paris, France-based cosmetic ingredients distributor SACI CFPA, the company said.
The Thursday event was hosted by the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA), which advocates improving nutrition in rural areas with projects like 'nutritious breakfasts.'
But yesterday the Cromarty Firth Port Authority (CFPA) reported the first "tentative" signs of a comeback.