Summary: Figures released by the Institute of International Finance show that foreign direct investment (FDI) in Lebanon totaled $1.
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IIF stands for Institute of International Finance
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- Indian Institute of Finance (Delhi, India)
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- Industrial and Infrastructure Fund Investment Corporation (Japan)
- Information in Identifiable Form
- Informix Internet Foundation
- Innovation Investment Fund (investment supporting R&D new technology/science ventures)
- Input Interface
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uk Global Banking News - 15 March 2013 The Institute of International Finance (IIF) has called for more money to be provided for Greece.
Riordan, who is a member of the Management Committee of the Berne Union and a board member of the US-Russia Business Council, is moreover a member of the Institute of International Finance, the Institute for International Economics and is on the board of the Surety and Fidelity Association of America.
As talks dragged on in Brussels, the last and perhaps toughest chapter in the four-point plan was a deal between eurozone leaders and the Institute of International Finance banking lobby to force private investors to take a 50 percent loss on Greeces debt.
International banks have made a new deal to euro zone governments over the Greek debt crisis in an attempt to reach an agreement about the losses of the holders of Greek debt, the Institute of International Finance said.
Speaking at the Institute of International Finance in Washington, he said Ireland had experienced the severity of the global crisis more than most due to the small open nature of its economy.
The Egyptian governing authority's budget deficit is expected to rise to nearly 10 percent of GDP in the financial year of 2011-2012, according to the Institute of International Finance.
Governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) Sheikh Salem Abdulaziz Al-Sabah arrived here Tuesday to participate in the Institute of International Finance (IIF)'s Spring 2011 meeting scheduled for 2-4 March.