IFIR

AcronymDefinition
IFIRInternational Federation of Iranian Refugees
IFIRInternational Forest Industry Roundtable (est. 1994)
IFIRInterpolated Finite Impulse Response (digital signal processing filter)
IFIRInstitute for Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations (Lexington, Kentucky, USA)
IFIRInitial Field Incident Rate (Dell)
IFIRInnsbruck Forum on International Relations (est. 2003; Austria)
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The Globe The Secretary of the International Federation of Iraqi Refugees (IFIR) has called on the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to try hard to improve the standard of living for refugees.
As part of its trend-spotting in cooperation with leading Islamic fund managers, the IFIR 2011 has predicted three top priorities for the industry.
IFIR. "One Iraqi policeman came on and said if we did not come down they would
The Ifir said some of the asylum-seekers who were left in Iraq had been forcibly removed from the aeroplane.
IFIR 2008 includes an analysis of the Islamic investment patterns of Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) and of pension funds.
The three orientations of an adaptive, exportive or integrative approach represent three basic choices for IFIR managers, reflecting an overall approach towards IHRM.
The International Forest Industry Roundtable (IFIR) has developed a framework for mutual recognition, which focuses on reciprocal arrangements between existing certification schemes to recognize compatible standards and procedures.
Separate values are given for the potencies calculated using the IFIR preparations and 96/670.
Forced repatriation sometimes leaves a negative impact on the deportees' psychological health, and figures released by the IFIR indicate that 15 deportees have already committed suicide.
A ccording to the 5th annual Ernst & Young Islamic Funds & Investments Report (IFIR 2011), released on 26 September at the World Islamic Funds and Capital Markets Conference, global Islamic fund assets under management (AuM) grew by 7.6 per cent to $58 billion in 2010, up from $53.9 billion in 2009.
MANAMA: The Islamic funds boomed last year, according to the fifth annual Ernst & Young Islamic Funds and Investments Report (IFIR 2011) released yesterday at the World Islamic Funds and Capital Markets Conference.
Those are the key conclusions of the fourth annual Ernst & Young Islamic Funds and Investment Report (IFIR 2010) released yesterday at the World Islamic Funds and Capital Markets Conference.