ERTF

AcronymDefinition
ERTFEuropean Roma and Travellers Forum (The European Roma Parliament)
ERTFEconomic Research and Training Foundation (Indian Merchants' Chamber)
ERTFExchange Rate Transaction Fee
ERTFEconomic Revitalization Task Force (Hawaii)
ERTFEmergency Response Task Force
ERTFEleanor Roosevelt Teacher Fellowship
ERTFEducation Reform Task Force
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glutinosa roots got lower and lower (i.e., R2>R3>R4), which could more seriously accumulate ERTF abundance, enhancing ethylene signaling in continuously cultivated R.
R.S.,Childwall ERTF stands for Exchange Rate Transaction Fee.
This lets you make withdrawals abroad with no commission charges and no ERTF. You may even get a better exchange rate as well.
The article pointed out that the ERTF had "run into political reality." ERTF members had failed to convince most legislators of the merits of the 30-point package, despite support from Souki, Mizuguchi and then Gov.
The ERTF, whose business was conducted behind closed doors, organized into five "workgroups" to develop recommendations for economic stimulus.
In the three weeks between the final meeting of the university workgroup and the reconvening of the ERTF in late-October of 1997, the idea of reforming the campus-state regulatory relationship in Hawaii became linked with the goal of state economic development in the minds of influential business leaders who served on the task force.
However, in the weeks prior to the reconvening of the ERTF, Mortimer asserted in private conversations with task force members that, if freed from excessive oversight, the university could become more "entrepreneurial," thus spurring economic development in the state.
But when the issue arose in the ERTF, [autonomy] was defined in terms of benefits to the state.