OECF


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OECFOverseas Economic Cooperation Fund (Japan)
OECFOpto-Electronic Conversion Function (sensors)
OECFOman Equestrian and Camel Federation
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Of the two, OECF and its effect on a corporation's dividend policy may be of greater relevance due to recent market events.
On the other hand, Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) was established with the merger of OECF and Export-Import Bank of Japan (JEXIM) in October, 1999.
Peru would be the only country in Latin America to receive annual financial support from the OECF (now JBIC, the Japan Bank for International Cooperation).
Financing for new power plants was done mainly by Japan's Overseas Economic Co-operation Fund (OECF), the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED), the Saudi Development Fund (SDF), AFESD, and IDB.
(20.) OECF, "State-owned Enterprise Reform in East Asian Transition Economies", Research Paper (Japan, 1998), p.
These payments were made by the government by contracting banking sector adjustment loans from the World Bank and also perhaps from the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF)of Japan Thus the government had to borrow to the extent of $1.2 billion in foreign exchange to ensure continuous functioning of these public sector banks under the professional management
(12.) Tim-team, Tourisns Projects in Thai National Parks Funded by the World Bank/Overseas Economic Co-operation Fund (OECF) Social Investment Programme <www.twnside.org.sg/title/iye7.htm>.
credit-rating agency also said it affirmed an AA-plus long-term and an A-1-plus short-term local and foreign currency issuer credit ratings on the bank, the product of a 1999 merger of the Export-Import Bank of Japan and the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF).
Shinozawa, 64, a former vice finance minister, became deputy governor of the JBIC in 1999 when it was created through merger of the Export-Import Bank of Japan and the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF).
An Indonesian state audit body has found irregularities involving the use of 15.8 billion rupiah (about $1.7 million) from Japan's Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF) in a plantation project in Sumatra's Lampung Province, the Kompas daily reported Friday.