FAIT

(redirected from Foreign Affairs and International Trade)
AcronymDefinition
FAITForeign Affairs and International Trade (Canada)
FAITFaisal Islamic Bank of Egypt (stock symbol)
FAITFabrication, Assembly, Integration, and Test
FAITForward Area Inspection Team (US Army)
FAITFamily Assessment Intake Team
FAITFinancial Advisor in Training (Prudential Securities)
FAITForitas Assured IT (Information Technology)
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Given that fact, the federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade does maintain up-to-date information on all countries of the world, what foreign travelers should expect and what precautions they should take.
Sameer Ahmed, spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, says Canadian business is gaining an ever-increasing profile on the international scene.
The project is supported by the Government of Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT) and the Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC) and implemented by the University of Central Asia (UCA).
That was the message they delivered to senior officials with Canada's Foreign Affairs and International Trade prior to meeting with American trade representatives visiting Ottawa Feb.
While the origins of the Defense and Foreign Relations Committee would be justified during its formation, it should be revised to fit its purpose and in line with the Executive's structure, being that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Noteworthy is that Nairobi has hosted the World Trade Organization (WTO) 10th Ministerial Conference (December 2015) and the 14th session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD XIV), a clear demonstration that the Foreign Affairs and International Trade agenda are to be matched.
Kur leading delegation of Canada's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Canadian citizens requiring emergency consular assistance abroad should call Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada's Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa at 613-996-8885.
On December 12, 2003, the day Paul Martin was sworn in as Prime Minister, a governmental order-in-council divided the former Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) into Foreign Affairs Canada (FAC) and International Trade Canada (ITC).
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