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FEINFederal Employer Identification Number (US IRS)
FEINFondazione Europea Il Nibbio (Italian: European Foundation for the Kite; ornithological organization)
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Technology can tempt companies to try to gain market share, but as Pomroy mentioned, Fein said the better companies will have an established strategy with technology in place and shared by everyone so that all involved in key decisions know what risks the company is putting onto the books and what business it is declining.
Fears of Irish immersion in an unaccountable European megastate underlay Sinn Fein's opposition.
But in an interview for the BBC Hardtalk programme on News 24, to be broadcast tomorrow, Mr Haas argued the time had come for Sinn Fein to move beyond that issue.
Four days ago, the Commons controversially voted to let the Sinn Fein members have access to office facilities in Westminster.
Company founder Wilhelm Emil Fein began as a prolific developer of products ranging from mobile electric lighting, municipal fire alarm systems and portable telephones to the invention of the first electric power tool.
Fein hit the jackpot in 1991 when he signed on to represent Mozambique's notorious guerrilla army, RENAMO, which was seeking to overthrow its country's leftist government.
If it is not repudiated, either by Clinton himself or by a new American administration, it may forever stand as a milepost on the road to an Irish Bosnia, complete with ethnic cleansing in both Protestant and Catholic areas of Northern Ireland by the private armies of the IRA/Sinn Fein on the one hand and the equally violent Protestant/Unionist paramilitaries on the other.
Mr Boyd Barrett said: "We're not interested in propping up Fianna Fail or Sinn Fein. If Sinn Fein are proposing to do that, we're not interested in that.
Thousands of Sinn Fein members will decide whether to take the unprecedented step of backing the PSNI at a huge conference in Dublin's RDS today.
Sinn Fein has yet to confirm an exact date for its crucial Ard Fheis (party conference), but last night it revealed the motion to be put before delegates in January, which includes a strong endorsement of policing and the courts on both sides of the Irish border.
Donaldson, Sinn Fein's former head of administration at Stormont, confessed to being a paid agent for the Special Branch of the RUC and later the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
He said Sinn Fein had not become isolated despite the arrest of a former party councillor in connection with the money racket, or anger from within their own community in Belfast's Short Strand district after the IRA-linked killing of Robert McCartney."There is a consensus among conservative elements that Sinn Fein presents a threat to their vested interests, that Sinn Fein's growth through democratic and peaceful means and support for this party, the only all-Ireland party on this island, is what is concerning them," he said.