I don't think things are as simple as that," Takuya Hattori, president of the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, told reporters recently, adding that the industry would end up further losing public trust if it just goes back to business as usual.
What does AIF stand for?
AIF stands for Atomic Industrial Forum
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- Assistance Information Form (US FEMA)
- Associate Injury Frequency
- Associated Industries of Florida
- Association des Industriels de France (French: Manufacturers' Association of France)
- Association des Industries Ferroviaires (French: Railway Industry Association)
- Association des Ingénieurs Forestiers (French: Association of Forest Engineers)
- Association of Inter Church Families (Ireland)
- Assured Isolation Facility
- Atheists in Foxholes
- ATHENA (Advanced Technologies for Interoperability of Heterogeneous Enterprise Networks and Their Applications) Interoperability Framework (EU)
- Atomic Industries Forum
- Atomic International Forum
- Attorney in Fact
- Attribute Inheritance Factor
- Audio Interchange Format (file extension)
- Australian Imperial Force (name of the Australian Army WWI & WWII)
- Australian Infantry Force
- Australians in Film
- Authorised Investment Fund
- Auto Increment Field (computing)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, a nuclear energy promoter, says the industry directly and indirectly supported the jobs of some 47,000 people, back in 2010.
KunMo Chung, Former Minister of Science and Technology-Republic of Korea, Ambassador Thomas Graham, Executive Chairman of Light Bridge Corporation-USA, Takuya Hattori, President of Japan Atomic Industrial Forum Inc.
There was the national recognition from the Atomic Industrial Forum for a series of articles on nuclear power and the soon-to-be-operative Seabrook (N.
An Atomic Industrial Forum has already been set up to explore a possibility of starting a nuclear power generation company in joint venture between the state-owned National Thermal Power Corporation and Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited; and private companies Larson & Toubro and Reliance Energy.
[John O'Neill is a former newspaper reporter and retired social worker who wrote for the Atomic Industrial Forum, the nuclear industry's trade association, from 1975 to 1983.
He has been a frequent speaker on behalf of industry groups such as the Edison Electric Institute and the Atomic Industrial Forum.
Donald Winston of the Atomic Industrial Forum in Bethesda, Md.