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CFC

(organic chemistry)
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Basis Adjustments in Cases of CFC Stock Held by a Domestic Partnership
According to the EIA, Leempeng executives boasted of their smuggling experience, emphasizing links to personal contacts in multiple countries, including the United States, to which they have allegedly sold several CFC shipments of 25 tons each.
There are internal and external checks and balances in CFC.
Schedule M (Transactions Between CFC and Shareholders or Other Related Persons)
From Russia to Australia, federal officials paint a picture of worldwide CFC smuggling operations that run the gamut from small-time entrepreneurs to sophisticated money laundering conspiracies.
Because in 1987, 161 nations met in Montreal and agreed to phase out production of freon and other CFCs by the year 2000.
When DuPont and each of the major manufacturers of CFCs officially stopped producing these ozone-depleting refrigerants on December 31, 1995, a "greener" world became a reality for building owners and managers nationwide.
Brown Cayman was a CFC and owned 88% of a Cayman Islands partnership known as Brinco.
As several conference papers will attest, rigid foamers have achieved much success in replacing ozone-destroying CFCs with HCFCs, which have lower ozone-depletion potential (ODP).
The Washington conference on CFCs and halons is sponsored by the Alliance for Responsible CFC Policy, an industry group, in cooperation with the EPA, Environment Canada, the United Nations Environment Programme and the International Chamber of Commerce.
Auto air conditioners are the single largest source of CFC emissions in the U.