FILPFiscal Investment and Loan Programme (Japan)
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The first phase involves a 64-hectare FILP to serve as the economic base of the city with completion targeted in the first quarter of 2020, with an additional 60 hectares expected to be developed within three years thereafter.
(4.) Formally established during the mid-1950s and known as the country's "second budget," the Fiscal Investment and Loan Program (FILP) is a massive public fund that the government invested in industrial expansion, public works projects, and other ventures.
in Section 3, we prove that four crisp linear systems are needed to be solved in order to solve the trapezoidal fuzzy linear system and also prove that solving a trapezoidal FILP problem requires solving four crisp ILP problems.
Park (political science, Baruch College) conducts an analysis of Japan's use of the Fiscal Investment Loan Program (FILP) in the postwar years.
Andreas Jonsson* 1 Hans Andersen Leigh Lanham 2 Olly Allen Adam Shields R/R 3 Chris Harris Tomasz Jedrzejak 4 Billy Janniro Jonas Davidsson 5 Simon Stead Ricky Kling 6 Ben Barker Krzysztof Jablonski 7 Filp Sitera * To be confirmed
Filp habla de la perfeccion de su humanidad por la obediencia (2,9).
Consequently, the state filled in the gap, providing both loans and credit guarantees primarily, though not exclusively, through the Fiscal Investment and Loan Program (FILP).
The outlays under the FILP, or ''zaito'' in Japanese, for the next fiscal year starting April 1, total 14,162.2 billion yen, down from 15,004.6 billion yen under the initial fiscal 2006 plan.
Rangers were appalling in the second 45 minutes and although they had a strong penalty appeal turned down late on when Keith Lasley felled Filp Sebo, Boyd was candid enough to admit: "In the second half we were all over the place.
Public lenders raise funds at low costs, with 86% of their funding coming from FILP agencies in FY 2003 (Table 2.8), (32) and the remainder provided by government-guaranteed borrowing.