Leading representatives of the UK Cypriot community have met with the Financial Secretary to the Treasury Greg Clark, in the presence of British MPs, to discuss measures that the UK government could take to support British Cypriots in their attempts to increase inward investment in Cyprus.
What does FST stand for?
FST stands for Financial Secretary to the Treasury (UK)
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We have 181 other meanings of FST in our Acronym Attic
- Field Selectable Threshold (Pirelli)
- Field Service Team
- Field Sobriety Test
- Field Start code (ITU-T)
- Field Structure Theory
- Field Support Teams
- Field Support Terminal
- File System Translator (Apple ProDOS)
- Final Settlement Tank (waste water treatment)
- Finance Support Team
- Financial Services Technology
- Financial Services Training College (UK)
- Finger Skin Temperature
- Finite State Transducer
- Finlands Svenska Television (Swedish: Finland Swedish Television)
- Fire Safety Technology
- Fire Support Terminal
- Fire, Smoke and Toxicity
- Fiscal Support Team
- Fixation Index-Statistics (population genetics)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Greg Clark, financial secretary to the Treasury, told the House of Commons that the government was satisfied with its current rules in this area.
Greg Clark, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury and the cities minister, says TVU has a head start in making its bid.
Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Chris Leslie, said: "People will find the scale of this award completely inappropriate.
Chris Leslie, shadow financial secretary to the Treasury, has written to the peer calling for him to publicly answer a raft of questions about what he knew about the alleged wrong-doing at the bank.
Mark Hoban, financial secretary to the Treasury, said the move would give shareholders more power to "hold banks to account" over their bonus structures.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury Mark Hoban, deputy director general of the CBI, said: the announcement was "not as bad as feared".
The news came as Financial Secretary to the Treasury Mark Hoban introduced a Bill which will enable compensation to be paid.