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FMB

abbr.
Federal Maritime Board
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FMB said that it has launched the service for members who need funding to secure vehicles or plant.
The best in the FMB Midlands region will now go up against other UK winners in September.
Harriet Lee Building & Renovation Ltd received the award at the FMB Cymru Master Builder Awards Gala Dinner, sponsored by Rockwool, at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Cardiff, on Thursday night.
Prime Bank has shareholding in the Malawi Stock Exchange listed FMB, which gives it a regional presence in Malawi, Botswana, Mozambique and Zambia.
Following the close of the transaction, Brett Morgan, FMB's President and Chief Executive Officer, will lead the Statesboro market.
One existing director of FMB will join the Morris holding company board and two existing directors of FMB will join the Morris Bank board.
FMB Director Nonito Tamayo said the event recognized the efforts of the POs in propagating the best practices in the area of livelihood and enterprise development while posting a significant increase in the forest cover within CBFM areas.
The FMB asked 2,000 UK homeowners if there is a housing shortage and, if so, how best to address it.
A former director of the Forest Management Bureau (FMB), Calderon said a 'program-approach' of the review will follow after the evaluation at the national level.
The Federation of Master Builders estimated the economy was missing out on PS10 billion of work every year because of the problem Gordon Nelson, director of FMB Scotland, said: "Home owners in Scotland have said that they have been put off carrying out building work because they're so fearful about the possibility of working with a rogue builder.
Brian Berry, chief executive of the FMB, said: "Skills shortages are skyrocketing, and it begs the question: who will build the new homes and infrastructure projects the Government is crying out for?