EPFSElectronic Position Fixing System
EPFSEden Project Florilegium Society (botany; Cornwall, UK)
EPFSEl Paso Field Services (Houston, TX)
EPFSEquipment Pool for Field Spectroscopy (Natural Environment Research Council; UK)
EPFSEuropean Platform for Food Sovereignty
EPFSEmployees Provident Fund Scheme (India)
EPFSEdward Percival Field Station (New Zealand)
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In a statement Friday, the BSP said the Monetary Board has approved the new streamlined licensing policy on EPFS with a "more vigorous drive for interoperability among the BSFIs (BSP-supervised financial institutions) to ensure a "highly efficient funds flow in the economy, supporting productive activities that fuel economic growth."
The general physical fitness, the EPFS, was calculated from the results scored in the 3.2 km run, push-ups and sit-ups tests.
The Phase-1 EPF was awarded in 2006 to the local Safwan Trading & Contracting Co.
' Income tax revenue could double in two years' Other benefits include widening of the tax base, boost to digital economy, growing bank deposits, burgeoning EPFs and strengthening of the teetering housing sector.
(6) Other popular DB pension plans (fund-type DB corporate pensions and contract-type DB corporate pensions) follow the same funding rule as EPFs.
Another type of pension scheme in Japan is the employee pension fund (EPF) structure, which provides private pension benefits but also manages a portion of the public pension scheme (the Employee Pension Insurance (EPI)).
But the terms were tough and Weatherford had to absorb significant losses on the Gharraf EPF project, which is now more than a year behind schedule.
There are also reports of an "early pregnancy factor" (EPF) produced during the preimplantation period that affects maternal lymphocytes (Morton, 1985).
Approximately 60 EPFS events are held annually, and over 800 have been held to date, with the participation of more than 1,000 retailers and over 3,000 manufacturers.
Strong was wounded severely enough both legs were amputated above the knee from the EPF explosion that destroyed his Stryker armored infantry carrier last year.
Section 2 presents the model used in the analysis, while Section 3 discusses the concept of an efficient policy frontier (EPF).
Extra-pair fertilizations (EPFs) result when EPCs are successful.