MFAT


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MFAT

(ˈɛmfæt)
(in New Zealand) n acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
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We now have the unfortunate situation where MFAT is promoting renewable solar energy electricity for Tokelau with claims that Tokelau is now the first 100% renewable energy country in the world, whilst simultaneously committing them to a fossil-fuel-dependent future for their sea transport, which uses at least three-quarters of their fossil-fuel budget.
As a secondary example of the application of statistical process control techniques, data were collected from student performance on two subsections of the MFAT examination.
Details of the energy and macronutrient intakes during the LFAT and MFAT treatments have previously been published (Larson-Meyer et al.
The MFAT was administered throughout the 1996-1997 academic year as a pre-assessment instrument to both traditional and nontraditional undergraduate business students.
Minister of External Affairs to New Zealand Ambassador, Washington, 11 December 1964, 478/4/6, MFAT; Guidance Survey 11/64, "US Policy in Vietnam", 14 December 1964, 478/4/1, MFAT.
At this stage we have no reason to be concerned about any of the 10," MFAT said in a statement.
MFAT is then used by 10 regional evaluation groups (state agency scientists or consultants) to determine the ecological effects of these hydrological changes.
For two years they forced MFAT to cover-up this fact.
He says the New Zealand Investment Attraction Strategy will be led by a cross-government team of senior officials from NZTE, MBIE, MFAT, Callaghan Innovation and the Treasury.
He will relinquish the current charge in January, New Zealand MFAT said in a statement.
MFAT continues to welcome feedback on the China FTA upgrade via its website.
This involved embedding a Swiss diplomat in the MFAT team supporting New Zealand's effort on the council.