GFK

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AcronymDefinition
GFKGrand Forks (Amtrak station code; Grand Forks, ND)
GFKGesellschaft für Konsumforschung (German: society for consumer research)
GFKGrowth from Knowledge (market research)
GFKGlasfaserverstärkt (German: glass-fibre reinforced)
GFKGhost Face Killah (rapper/singer)
GFKKonzept Gewaltfreie Kommunikation (German: Nonviolent Concept Communication)
GFKG Fred Kingsmill (London, Ontario, Canada Demolay chapter)
GFKGrand Forks, ND, USA - Grand Forks International Airport (Airport Code)
GFKGesellschaft Für Kernforschung
GFKGerman Folks Klub (Volkswagen car club; California)
GFKGrimm, Fitz, and Krogmeier (4-state coding)
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More people felt positive about their personal financial situation than during the month before despite Brexit, the latest consumer confidence report from market research institute Growth from Knowledge (GfK) revealed.
Huawei also earned its rank as second smartphone vendor in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region with a 21.5 percent of market share, according to the Growth from Knowledge (GFK) August 2018 report.
Medialogic was established in 2007 with some investors and the international market research organization Growth From Knowledge (GFK).
GFK (Growth from Knowledge, a market research and user experience research group) recently stated that in the summer of this year, about 630,000 cell phones are sold in Iran each month.
NEW YORK -- Shoppers using a smartphone as they walk the retail aisles are most likely comparing prices or seeking shopping advice from a family member or friend, according to a survey from market research firm GfK (Growth from Knowledge).
Minoru Shioiri, chief manager of the foreign exchange and credit division at Mitsubishi UFJ Securities Co., partly attributed the dollar's rise to unexpectedly bleak German consumer confidence data for June, provided by German research company Growth from Knowledge Group, commonly known as GfK Group, on Tuesday.