CFY

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AcronymDefinition
CFYComputers for Youth (New York, NY)
CFYClinical Fellowship Year (often used in speech-language pathology education/jobs)
CFYCelestial Federation of Yahweh (religion)
CFYCurrent Fiscal Year
CFYCrazy for You (tv program)
CFYContractor Fiscal Year
CFYCompany Fiscal Year
CFYChoices for Youth (St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada)
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Similarly, export of cotton cloth also went down to $197.7 million in first month of current fiscal year compared to $198.5 million in same month of last fiscal year.
Assets on a consolidated basis at the end of the first quarter of the current fiscal year decreased byn3,904 million yen from the previous fiscal year-end to 274,459 million yen.
The government had budgeted Rs 5.483 billion for the current fiscal year from Saudi Arabia which was later revised to Rs 8.894 billion.
UK was the at third top country where Pakistan exported products worth $1461.431 million during the current fiscal year against the exports of $1470.0554 million during last fiscal year, showing decrease of 0.58 percent, SBP data revealed.
Similarly, import of pulses also fell to $432.54 million in the corresponding period of current fiscal year against the import worth of $442.7 million in same period of last year thus showing a decrease of 2.3 per cent.
According to the CIAA, it received 20,000 complaints in the first nine months of the current fiscal year while it had received only 19488 complaints last fiscal year.
During the period under review the sale of cars increased from 103,432 units in July-December 2017-18 to 104,038 units in same period of the current fiscal year.
However, MCC Port Qasim collected customs duty worth Rs89bn during the first half of current fiscal year up 24.78 per, according to official sources.
In terms of quantity, the tea imports, however, witnessed negative growth of 4.32 percent by declining from imports of 170,987 metric tons last year to 163,598 metric tons during the current fiscal year.
Responding to the doubts and questions raised by the World Bank about the GDP growth projection of 7.65 percent for the current fiscal year (FY18), the planning minister suggested the World Bank local authorities to sit with the BBS to minimize their data and information gap by this May and thus amend their report.
Asgari said that the Islamic Republic has exported $41.6 billion worth of non-oil goods in the first 11 months of the current fiscal year (March 20, 2017-Feb.
The growth rate during the second quarter was 5.3%, and therefore the total during the first six months of the current fiscal year was 5.2%.