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IFC

(Internet Foundation Classes) A class library from Netscape that provides an application framework and graphical user interface (GUI) routines for Java programmers. IFC was later made part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC). See JFC, AFC and AWT. See also ICF.
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Over the last decade, IFC has invested in sustainable forestry projects worth S1.5 billion, including production of paper, cardboard, wood, and cellulose processing.
Gulf investors have long drawn on the strengths of IFCs for high value real estate deals in London and the UK.
The report suggested that investors continue to find IFCs like Jersey attractive for FDI because of the strengths of their financial markets and the quality of the services they offer, as well as the suitability of their vehicles and the stable institutional, tax and regulatory environment they provide for cross-border transactions.
They are increasingly also looking to IFCs to provide a good springboard to further their strategies into new sectors and markets in line with their modern multi-jurisdictional, multi- generational family dynamics.
IFCs current investment exposure in Pakistan is about $1.1 billion in over 45 companies in sectors including infrastructure (energy, ports, and transport), financial markets, and general manufacturing and services.
A panel also discussed the impact of increasing regulations on the competitiveness of financial centres, the role of financial centres in facilitating the growth of sustainable offshore Renminbi market, the redefinition of the IFC model for the new global economy and how to attract investments and stimulate growth in the current climate.
For IFCS, the parameters are chosen as k = 0-1 and [mu] = 1000 empirically.
An IFTS (X,[tau]) is said to be an intuitionistic fuzzy [sub.w][T.sub.1/2] space t7] (I[F.sub.w][T.sub.1/2] space in short) if every IFWGCS in X is an IFCS in X.
Programme Area B has been one of the achievements of the IFCS. The Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), developed through groups managed by the ILO and the OECD, was adopted by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC) in July 2003.
The IFCS is a mechanism for cooperation among national governments, intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations for promotion of chemical risk assessment and the environmentally sound management of chemicals.
Solar lighting has now effectively replaced kerosene lamps in homes, which is good for people and the environment, said IFCs Resident Representative in Papua New Guinea, John Vivian.
Forecasts of all these trends point to how these changes around the globe, combined, will have a transformational effect on the demand for infrastructure investment, and this is particularly pertinent to those IFCs that are quick to understand the implications of shifting global wealth patterns and that can develop links with the world's growth markets, including the Middle East.