FOAI

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FOAIFoots on Air International (shoe manufacturer)
FOAIFonds Ouest Africain d'Investissement (French: West Africa Investment Fund; Bénin)
FOAIFriends of Africa International (Snowmass Village, CO)
FOAIFraser of Allander Institute (UK)
FOAIFiber Optic Association Inc.
FOAIFourniture Outillage Auto Industrielle (French: Auto Tools Industrial Supply)
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That is why, to mark this historic milestone, we commissioned a report from Strathclyde University's Fraser of Allander Institute to help best position the Scottish economy, our clients and our business for the future in a rapidly evolving global economy.
The influential blog published by the Fraser of Allander Institute at Strathclyde University pointed out that HMRC data suggested the number of higher and additional rate income taxpayers in Scotland was lower than previously estimated.
It is run by the Fraser of Allander Institute, with the Project Leads being Graeme Roy and Mairi Spowage.
"The politically independent Fraser of Allander Institute has forecast that this would cost 100,000 Scottish jobs - more than doubling the unemployment rate in this country."
When a leading think tank such as the Fraser of Allander Institute A-raises serious concerns about the Scottish Government's lack of A-analysis and forward planning -- is it really any wonder that many businesses in Scotland are increasingly worried about this government's economic competence and its prospectus (or lack thereof) for an independent Scotland?
It is now revealed there is a black hole in our finances, and as the Fraser of Allander institute pointed out, the finance minister Mackay should concentrate on his day job instead of blaming Westminster for his failures.
He also raised concerns over low earnings, fragile productivity and a lack of investment during a discussion on the Scotland in 2050: Realising our Global Potential report from the University of Strathclyde's Fraser of Allander Institute and the law firm Shepherd and Wedderburn.
However, some recent work by the Fraser of Allander Institute has revealed it may not be as simple as that.
The Fraser of Allander Institute modelled several possible Brexit outcomes and the impact in its latest economic commentary.
The latest Scottish Business Monitor from Strathclyde University's Fraser of Allander Institute, indicates the total volume of business rose for 35 per cent of firms surveyed.
The Fraser of Allander Institute said leaving Europe without a deal would have a "severe" impact, undermining projections the economy is on track to grow at its fastest rate in four years.
Fraser of Allander Institute director Graeme Roy also warned that crashing out of the EU without a deal would create an "unprecedented structural shock" with the impact on jobs and living standards difficult to even quantify.
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