FNCA

AcronymDefinition
FNCAFédération Nationale du Crédit Agricole (French: National Federation of Agricultural Credit)
FNCAForum for Nuclear Cooperation in Asia (Japan)
FNCAFryeburg New Church Assembly (est. 1928; Maine)
FNCAFlorida Newspaper Co-Op Association
FNCAFriends of Needy Children Association (Sri Lanka)
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Similarly, FNCA, an international agency with its headquarters at Japan is actively working for biofertilizer promotion in Asian countries.
Tariq Hilal Lootah, Undersecretary of the Ministry of State for FNCA, said: "The MoU is aimed at integrating efforts and working with a common vision to create positive political awareness among all sectors of the society to support the process of political empowerment in the UAE.
Sharjah: The Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs (FNCA) organised an awareness lecture on political empowerment for students of Higher Colleges of Technology in Sharjah.
Union of Armenians of Russia and Federal National Cultural Autonomy of Azerbaijanis in Russia (FNCA Azerros)
Vietnam will give top priority to safety in its nuclear energy development policy, a senior Vietnamese official reported at the 12th ministerial meeting of the Forum on Nuclear Cooperation in Asia (FNCA) in Tokyo.
En estos casos, cuando la fnca --suelo-- ya esta inmatriculada a favor de la entidad religiosa concreta, y por tanto ya le pertenece, todo lo que se construya sobre la misma pertenecera al dueno del suelo por accesion (arts.
In the ruble segment demand of the investors was for the issues of BFL of the series 25204a25206, and also the recently output to the secondary market loans FNCa 13, a19 and bonds of Telea2.
Creado en el 2003, y muy cercano en su programa politico a la agrupacion de extrema derecha Cubano-americana (11), conocida como el Consejo para la Libertad de Cuba (12), el Comite de Accion Politica "Democracia EE.UU.-Cuba" ha llenado el vacio dejado por el Comite de Accion Politica "Free Cuba PAC", que fuese el canalizador de dinero de la Fundacion Nacional Cubano-Americana (FNCA), la cual desde 1981 se inserto en el sistema politico norteamericano para influir sobre la politica a traves de la realizacion de contribuciones financieras a las campanas de numerosos candidatos congresionales y presidenciales, y que se tradujo en politica real, en la adopcion de legislaciones y decisiones ejecutivas contrarias a mejorar las relaciones con Cuba en las decadas de los anos 80 y 90's.