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MCF

ISO 4217 code for the Monegasque franc. It was introduced in 1837. From 1960 until its replacement by the euro in 1999, all coins in circulation corresponded with those of the French franc. The Monegasque franc was pegged to the French at a one-to-one ratio and the two currencies circulated alongside each other in Monaco.
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In a period of three years from 2010-11 to 2012-13, the sources said the company, having 30 percent share, produced 7,494 bbl crude oil of Rs 50 million and 1,236,097 mcf natural gas from the Sheihkhan field of district Kohat.
The MOL Pakistan produced around 735,048 mcf natural gas and 30,305,796 bbl crude oil and 223,340 mt LPG amounting to Rs 380 billion during the last 11 years.
inform Brockway's future policies towards communist participation in both COPAI and later the MCF.
The MCF was to be a broad-based organization with no party affiliations.
It determines whether any of the animals, even if they are not showing any signs of illness, are carrying an MCF virus.
Li points out, "Besides screening MCF-susceptible animals, the test is also very useful for screening carrier animals, such as sheep, for MCF virus.
Within this economic environment, we consider the two competing measures of MCF Several economists working in the framework that Ballard and Fullerton [1992] refer to as Pigou-Harberger-Browning tradition have suggested the use of [MCF.
In this paper we solve the puzzle by showing that the two different MCF measures are both equally valid measures of MCF for purposes of conducting a cost-benefit analysis of government spending.
MCF Focus Fund: An event-driven special situations fund (previously Tamalpais Fund)
MCF Navigator Fund: A small- and micro-cap, long-biased North American fund with a substantial percentage of private placements
MCF Asset Management, LLC manages absolute return investment products for institutional and high-net worth clients.