FIFC


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FIFCFirst International Financial Centre (Mumbai, India)
FIFCFoundation of Islamic Finance Conference
FIFCFeinstein International Famine Center (Tufts University; Medford, MA)
FIFCFirst International Free Chapter (motorcycle club)
FIFCFreight Indices and Futures Committee
FIFCFirst Insurance Funding Corporation (Illinois)
FIFCFully-Interleaved Fading Channel
FIFCFanatici Italiani Fantacalcio (Italian: Italian Fantasy Football Fanatics)
FIFCFolkestone Invicta Football Club (UK)
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Star Refrigeration Group Sales and Marketing Director Rob Lamb says: "As the phase down of FIFC gases with high global warming potential takes place over the next 15 years, we predict that there will be a rapid increase in cost and a marked decline in their availability."
Rob Lamb says: "Refrigerant manufacturers have been allocated quotas for the FIFC gases they can produce and supply within Europe.
Citing an unnamed official at the bank, the report said that two Citigroup units, Citibank NA and Citigroup Global Markets, have signed the agreement to acquire the 297,000 sqft space which is six full floors of the 12-story FIFC at BKC for a total consideration of INR9.85bn.
(41) For an excellent outline on how water and food security challenges affected Afghanistan, see Feinstein International Famine Center (FIFC), Tufts University, "Qaht-e-Pool, 'A Cash Famine'--Food Insecurity in Afghanistan, 1999-2002."
BATTLEZONE PAINTBALL LANGBAURGH LEAGUE League Cup quarter-finals: Dormans FIFC v The Buccaneer, Park End v The Cleveland, South Bank FCA v Sheep, Village Park Rangers v The Tiger.
The only first division fixture to take place saw struggling Dormans FIFC burst into life and dish out a 9-1 demolition of Ormesby to record their first win of the season.
SUNDAY BATTLEZONE PAINTBALL LANGBAURGH SUNDAY LEAGUE Division One: Dormans FIFC v Ormesby, Park End v The Cleveland.
Ormesby led 5-0 with 20 minutes remaining against Dormans FIFC, before three late strikes saw the lead reduced to 5-3.
Village Park Rangers picked up their second win of the campaign, beating Dormans FIFC 5-2, inspired by a hat-trick from Lee Botterill.
The Black Swan also kept up their winning run as they beat Dormans FIFC 3-1 courtesy of a Chris Corner goal and a Mick Pugh double.
Roseberry Park continued their good form, overcoming Dormans FIFC 5-1 to go second on goal difference to leaders Park End, who beat Marton Taxis 7-0.
Dormans FIFC overcame Stockton Milehouse 7-2, Marton Rovers comprehensively disposed of Redcar 9-1, and Park End thumped Ormesby CTP 11-0.