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BFT

(1) See binary file transfer.

(2) (Binary File Transfer) An early extension to Group 3 and 4 fax protocols that enables transmission of any binary data over a fax modem. Conceived before analog modems became widely used, it allows executable programs and other binary files to be encoded in the format of a printed fax page and converted back to binary at the receiving end. See binary file.
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Consequently, the "negative" listing on BFT mirrored the same placement on the A+ long-term counterparty credit rating on Credit Agricole, which, in turn, was triggered by the downgrade review on the AAA unsolicited long-term sovereign rating on France.
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