GFCF

AcronymDefinition
GFCFGluten Free, Casein Free (diet)
GFCFGross Fixed Capital Formation (macroeconomic concept)
GFCFGreater Fostoria Community Foundation (Fostoria, OH)
GFCFGaseous Fuel Correction Factor
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"Especially gratifying, impressive and promising is the growth in gross fixed capital formation (GFCF).
The expenditure on GFCF incurred by federal, provincial and district governments has increased by 23.9 percent, 22.1 percent and 45.7 percent, respectively.
Brennenman and Kerf (2002) suggested that ideally GFCF should reduce income disparities, as it helps in connecting to markets, enhances access to employment, health and educational opportunities.
For example, in 2007 "dwellings" accounted for 40% of GFCF (42.4% in 1996), when a rate of approximately 30% was more typical in the Eurozone (28.9% in 2007).
Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF), considered as fixed investment stood at Rs 5,099.1 billion in FY 2018 compared to Rs 4,632.8 billion last year posting a growth of 10.1%.
Provisional estimates for the year 2017-18 for Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) have been prepared on the basis of the latest data available for six to eight months and projected for the whole year.
This is particularly crucial for the current year because provisional estimate GDP and Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) have been worked out on the latest data available for six to eight months and projected for the whole year.
Since then, the GDP growth rate and Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) rate or investment rate and export earnings have been affected thus resulting in a drastic rise of interest rates r(t) leading to difficulties in servicing debt, thus, resulting in a declining economic growth and development of the nation.
However, as states above, evidence based on correlation does not establish whether trade, FDI and GFCF are important determinants of economic outcomes in Africa.
Capital stock series is constructed using Perpetual Inventory Method which takes capital stock as the accumulation of the stream of past investments or gross fixed capital formation, that is, [K.sub.t] = GFCF, + (1 - [sigma])[K.sub.t-1] where o is the depreciation rate.
In this section, the generalized fractional order of the Chebyshev functions (GFCF) are introduced.
Gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) has been the biggest contributor to GDP since fourth quarter 2015.