KCIF

AcronymDefinition
KCIFKyoto City International Foundation
KCIFKorea Center for International Finance (South Korea)
KCIFKansas City Improv Festival
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"Washington and Beijing are highly unlikely to reach a trade deal by the end of August," a KCIF official said.
Prior to the transaction, Karolinska Development's ownership in Pharmanest amounted to 10.3%, including the indirect ownership through KCIF.
Moreover, Karolinska development will receive 11,527 shares via KCIF Co-Investment Fund KB, a holding company jointly owned by the European Investment Fund and Karolinska Development.
"Because of the risks there is a need for Seoul to be prepared for sudden fluctuations in global prices," said Oh Jeong-seok, a KCIF researcher.
BOK, MOFE, National Tax Service, Korea Customs Service, Financial Intelligence Unit, Financial Supervisory Service, Korea Deposit Insurance Corporation, and KCIF then receive the data through the foreign exchange network, and they process and analyze them for their own use.
Since July 1999, KCIF has analyzed potential risk factors in depth, produced reports based on what has been observed, and prepared a monthly report to MOFE and BOK.
In conjunction with this, an earn-out agreement was signed which gave Karolinska Development and KCIF Co-Investment Fund KB, a holding company jointly owned by the European Investment Fund and Karolinska Development, the right to receive shares in Xspray should the company be listed in the future.
A KCIF report said the country's stock market has plunged 12.5 percent compared to October and the local currency's value has dropped by 5.3 percent.
Reportedly, as a result of an earn-out agreement signed in September 2015, Karolinska Development and KCIF Co-Investment Fund KB, a holding company jointly owned by the European Investment Fund and Karolinska Development, is eligible to receive shares in Xspray AB should the listing and share issue complete successfully.
The data compiled by the Korea Centre for International Finance (KCIF) has showed that 10 major investment banks forecast a contraction of the South Korean economy by 2.3 percent on average for this year, down from their earlier projection of 0.8 percent expansion at the end of December.