Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries

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Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries

A fund that promotes sustainable, economic growth investing in developing countries in conjunction with Danish companies. It operates under the auspices of the Danish Ministry of Development Cooperation. It was established in 1967.
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The IFU, he said will continue to issue statements to express solidarity with the courageous youth of Syria who are fighting a corrupt regime.
7] ifu of the purified adenoviruses and GFP-expression was documented 72 h later.
In order to describe "traditional" and current factory planning methods and tools in a systematic and application-oriented way, the IFU developed a comprehensive catalogue of methods and tools (see figure 4).
1, titled "Supply of IFU and Other Information for IVD Medical Devices," in order to "advise manufacturers on how to provide IFUs and other information" possibly in a "format other than paper" or "through different means of supply.
The IFU started in co-operation with foresee GmbH the development of T3Pad--a participatory planning table.
The ifu is thus embedded in an institutional and academic context which favours, even requires, transnational mobility and linguistic competence.
Therefore it is incumbent upon the device manufacturers to be the catalyst for change by making inspection of hidden areas of the device a part of their IFU for their reusable medical equipment," Jahan Azizi said.
1c], glycosylated hemoglobin; JCTLM, Joint Committee for Traceability in Laboratory Medicine; eGFR, estimated glomerular filtration rate; IFU, instructions for use.
IFU has previously participated in a similar Fibertex project in Malaysia, and Fibertex has the option of acquiring IFU's 25.
If an IFU isn't provided, this information must be provided if someone requests it.
There are a number of parallelisms between these books such as transnationalizing academic women's education in the global information society as well as some commonly underlined experimental projects such as the IFU (The International Women's University).