FEA

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AcronymDefinition
FEAFinite Element Analysis
FEAFire Emblem Awakening (gaming)
FEAFederal Enterprise Architecture
FEAFaculty of Economics and Administration (various universities)
FEAFront End Assembly
FEAFoundation for Educational Administration (New Jersey)
FEAFlorida Education Association
FEAFestivals and Events Association (various locations)
FEAFour-Engine Aircraft
FEAForeign Exchange Adjustment
FEAFacility Engineering Associates (Washington, DC)
FEAFuture Educators of America
FEAFront End Analysis
FEAFar Eastern Affairs (Russian Academy of Sciences)
FEAFlat Epithelial Atypia (pathology)
FEAFast Ethernet Adapter
FEAFront End Application
FEAFédération des Entreprises d'Artisanat (French: Federation of Craft Enterprises; Morocco)
FEAFaculté d'Economie Appliquée (French: Faculty of Applied Economics)
FEAFunctional Economic Area
FEAFundamental Evangelistic Association (Fresno, CA)
FEAFederal Energy Administration (US government)
FEAFrance en Action (French: France in Action)
FEAFederation of Exchange Accommodators
FEAField Emitter Array (micropropulsion systems on-a-chip)
FEAFédération Européenne des Aérosols (French: European Aerosol Federation; Belgium)
FEAFunctional Economic Analysis
FEAFraternity Executives Association
FEAFederal Executive Association
FEAForeign Economic Administration
FEAFaculty Excellence Advocate (Michigan State University)
FEAFuneral Ethics Association
FEAFairfax Education Association
FEAFédération Européenne d'Aïkido (French: European Federation of Aikido; martial arts)
FEAFunctional Entity Action
FEAFalange Española Auténtica (Authentic Spanish Falange; Spanish extreme right wing party)
FEAFrance Europe Automobiles
FEAFellow of the English Association (UK)
FEAFédération Européenne Airplane (French: European Airplane Federation)
FEAFederation of European Aerosol Associations
FEAForum des Éducatrices Africaines (French: Forum for African Women Educators)
FEAFree Enterprise Alliance (Associated Builders & Contractors)
FEAFailure Effect Analysis
FEAFaculdade de Administração, Economia e Contabilidade (University of San Paolo, Brazil)
FEAFast Ethernet Alliance
FEAForwarding Engine Abstraction (computing)
FEAFront End Assessment
FEAFar End Alarm (Alcatel)
FEAFinancial Executives Association
FEAFormation Égletons Ambition (French: Egeltons Training Centers; Egeltons, France)
FEAFluid Experiment Assembly
FEAFinancial Exposure Authorization
FEAFinanced Employee Agent (insurance)
FEAFinancial Engines Advisors LLC
FEAFire and Explosion Assessment (hazard prevention)
FEAFire Engineering Associates Ltd (UK)
FEAFundación La Era Agrícola (Spanish: Fund of the Agricultural Era)
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Furthermore, the sharp foreign exchange adjustment, fiscal reforms, and the increase in energy prices will push inflation to its highest level since 2008, reaching more than 30% by the second quarter of 2017.
The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) is scheduling next month a series of public hearings on the P5.405 billion worth of cost recoveries by state-run National Power Corporation (NPC) owing to its deferred generation cost and foreign exchange adjustments.
Excluding earnings from its 40-percent stake in Robinsons Bank, foreign exchange adjustments and interest income from bonds alongside non-recurring expenses, RRHI's core net profit last year grew by 6.2 percent to P5 billion.
EBRD Loan of approximately KZT 94 bln or the equivalent of EUR 243 mln (subject to foreign exchange adjustments).
Core net earnings - which exclude interest from bonds, equitized net earnings from RHHI's 40 percent stake in Robinsons Bank and unrealized foreign exchange adjustments - increased by 13.7 percent year- on-year to P958 million.
The additional cost would have covered foreign exchange adjustments, inflation and 'necessary variation orders.'
The group was also affected by foreign exchange adjustments arising from the depreciation of the peso against the US dollar.
Despite this slight increase due to foreign exchange adjustments and new domestic debt issuances, the total national government debt was still slightly lower than the P5.955 trillion recorded at the end of 2015, according to Tan.
Money owed by the Philippines to the rest of the world declined at the end of September due to foreign exchange adjustments that brought down the value of some debt denominated in certain currencies.
A consumer advocate group on Wednesday urged President Aquino to "send a clear political signal" that he was supporting consumers and not water concessionaires Maynilad Water Services and Manila Water Co., which it accused of passing on to consumers P15.3 billion in income taxes over the past five years and other expenses, and of overcharging them in foreign exchange adjustments.
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