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FIF

(Fractal Image Format) A graphics file format from content management company Interwoven, Inc. San Jose, CA (www.interwoven.com) that stores fractal images with compression ratios as high as 2,500:1. FIF was originally from MediaBin, Inc., a digital asset management firm, once known as Iterated Systems and acquired by Interwoven in 2003. See fractals.
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He added that FIF team was doing survey of Shershah area in order to provide eatables to the affected people.
Al Huda CIBE will extend their scope of services in European and American markets through the help of FIF, said Zubair, Al Huda's services in these regions would include Islamic finance product development services, such as sukuk structuring, Takaful development, and Shari'ah advisory.
According to the statement, these actions would "help stem the flow of finances to LeT through FIF and provide the Department of Justice with a critical tool to prosecute those who knowingly provide material support to LeT and its senior leaders.
FIF operates in financing business offering credits for the purchases of Honda motorcycles, which are produced by PT.
We are happy to partner with FIF on this important market-wide implementation," said Jim Toes, President and CEO of the STA.
Rauf claims the FIF is extending humanitarian support to thousands of people displaced by the Swat military offensive.
FIF seeks to establish its foothold outside large cities like Jakarta to avoid head on collision with more powerful rivals.
FIF is stronger as it is owned by Astra itself that produces Honda motorcycles in the country.
As a member of FIF, Tervela emphasizes the critical importance of messaging to the entire financial services ecosystem.
Selection of consumers, underwriting up to collection of installments and maintenance of account receivable are handled by FIF.
Staff at Coventry Citizens Advice Bureau protested last week, as it was forced to stop taking on any more cases ahead of the axe falling on FIF in March.
Since January 2005, the Commonwealth Financing Authority has approved 250 projects throughout Pennsylvania under the FIF, investing more than $44 million in the agriculture and tourism industries.