CIF


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CIF

abbr.
cost, insurance, and freight

C.I.F.

cost, insurance, and freight (are included).
Translations

CIF

c.i.f. N ABBR =cost, insurance, freightc.s.f.

CIF

[ˌsiːaɪˈɛf] abbr (=cost, insurance and freight) → CAF

cif

abbr of cost, insurance and freightcif

CIF

[ˌsiːaɪˈɛf] abbr =cost, insurance and freightC.I.F. m
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The City Investment Fund (CIF) is an investment vehicle designed to pursue opportunistic real estate investment activities exclusively within the five boroughs.
CIF's goal is to educate industry leaders on the importance of innovation in the construction industry and encourage others to develop, implement, and require innovative processes.
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This new encouragement was a fall out from the stakeholders' engagement on changing Nigeria's crude oil affreightment trade term from FOI to CIF which was organised by Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety (NIMASA) held on Tuesday at the NNPC Towers in Abuja.
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The charge was conspiring to divert PCSO operating funds to CIF for fictitious expenses, taking advantage of less restrictive controls for confidential funds.
The council says it has actually helped CIF applicants secure in excess of PS115million indirectly and helped to create 628 jobs.
According to the resolution plan presented by Paris, "the CIF will cease any new business and will manage its assets over a period of up to 22 years," Almunia pointed out in a release.
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