PEF

(redirected from Private Enterprise Foundation)
AcronymDefinition
PEFProcesos de Educación en la Fe (Spanish: Processes of Education in Faith)
PEFPeak Expiratory Flow
PEFPermanent Endowment Fund (various organizations)
PEFPan European Federation (various organizations)
PEFPolish Enterprise Fund (equity fund)
PEFPresupuesto de Egresos de La Federación (Spanish: Federal Expenditures Budget; Mexico)
PEFPolyethylene Furanoate
PEFPrediction Error Frame
PEFPulsed Electric Field
PEFPooled Endowment Fund (various schools)
PEFPublic Education Fund (various locations)
PEFPublic Education Foundation
PEFPrivate Equity Fund
PEFPerpetual Education Fund (LDS church)
PEFPrivate Enterprise Foundation (Ghana; est. 1994)
PEFPanasonic Education Foundation (Japan)
PEFProject Evaluation Form (various organizations)
PEFPhilippine Eagle Foundation
PEFPreferred Executable Format (Mac OS)
PEFPublic Employees Federation AFL-CIO (New York State Public/Private Sector Union)
PEFPolice Equipment Foundation (Nigeria)
PEFParticulate Emissions Filter (vehicles)
PEFPersonal Experience Factor (marketing)
PEFPlatform Event Filter
PEFPrimate Enrichment Forum
PEFPopular Equipment Finance (formerly Popular Leasing USA)
PEFPhoto-Electric Factor
PEFPlasma-Enhanced Floodgun
PEFPolyethylene Fiber
PEFPresidential Emergency Facility (Mount Weather complex)
PEFProcess Evaluation Facility
PEFProxy Element Function
PEFProcess Engineering Facility
PEFProcess Engineering Flow
PEFPseudo-Elliptic Filter
PEFPressure Elevation Factor (natural gas billing)
PEFPre Export Finance
PEFPartner Efficiency Fee (Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.)
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Chair - Chief Executive Officer of the Private Enterprise Foundation Country Director of TechnoServe Distinguished representatives of Government Chief Executive Officers and other representatives of private sector institutions Members of the Press Corps, Ladies and Gentlemen.
The Commissioner of Insurance, Lydia Lariba and the Director General of the Private Enterprise Foundation, Nana Osei-Bonsu led participants noting that Ghana stands to benefit from $100 million in added capacity from the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) that with reinsurance could support trade and investment transactions valued at hundreds of millions of dollars.
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