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FIN

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Finland. The code is used for transactions to and from Finnish bank accounts and for international shipping to Finland. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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By demonstrating the economic benefits of sound shark stewardship, divers brought new EU Member States to the debate to support a stronger finning policy that reflects the values of the entire European Union, not just its shark fishing powers.
For a detailed analysis of the failed international see Cameron Jefferies, "Legislative note: an emerging pacific initiative to ban shark finning and limit the consumption of shark fin soup: the case for Canadian participation" (2011) 22 J Envt'l L & Prac 255.
state (after Hawaii, Oregon and Washington) to ban shark finning and the importation of shark fins.
She will be focusing particularly on apprenticeships and developing supervisory and management roles to ensure, says Finning Group, that "a geographically diverse workforce is provided with a unified training programme".
At-sea inspections are rendered impossible; inspectors cannot verify that finning has not occurred.
Finning UK, part of Finning International, sells the full range of Caterpillar construction, materials handling and power systems equipment and supplies services to a range of industries.
The practice of finning would be banned and a data collection system launched.
Another cause of random cracking and finning is form removal.
Harvey, President and CEO of Rival Technologies stated, "Our partnership with SDTC, MA Turbo and Finning will assist Rival in developing emission products for existing diesel operators.
The bill aims to curb the brutal fishing practice of shark finning - catching a shark at sea, cutting off its fin and tossing the live shark back into the water to die - by cutting off the market.
According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, a third of shark species globally are threatened by extinction, largely because of finning.
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