The UAE as a whole is projected to be in net foreign asset position of $374 billion (excluding sovereign wealth funds) at the end of 2010.
What does NFAP stand for?
NFAP stands for Net Foreign Asset Position (international commerce)
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- National Filter Analysis Network
- National Financial Awareness Network, Inc. (financial literacy company; Columbia, MD)
- North Florida Agents Network (insurance)
- Northeast Florida AIDS Network (est. 1989)
- National Foundation for Abused and Neglected Children
- North Florida Association of Networking Professionals
- Nominated First Aid Officers (Australia)
- National Forestry Action Plan
- National Foundation for American Policy
- Native File Access Pack (NetWare)
- Nuclear Free Australia Party
- Nursing Facility Acquired Pneumonia
- Nebraska Foster and Adoptive Parent Association (Lincoln, NE)
- Norwood-Fontbonne Academy Parents Association
- National Food and Agricultural Policy Project (Arizona State University)
- Not So Frequently Asked Questions
- National Footwear Association of Russia
- National Foundation for Autism Research (San Diego, CA)
- Network File Access Routine
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Banks' reliance on external funding is limited at about nine per cent of total assets, and the net foreign asset position of the sector is positive.
Banks' reliance on external funding is limited at about 9 per cent of total assets, and the net foreign asset position of the sector is positive.
However, the agency said Japan still maintains relatively high ratings due to its extremely strong net foreign asset position of more than $860 billion and solid external liquidity.
net foreign asset position (that is, the sum of all claims on foreign assets held by U.
Macao's ratings are supported by its solid and debt-free government finances, strong reserves, favorable balance of trade and the banking system's strong net foreign asset position, the U.
We make this change because of the uncertainty about the reliability of the asset data, especially the breakdown of the net foreign asset position into U.