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CFC

abbr.
chlorofluorocarbon

chlorofluorocarbon

(klōr″ō-floor″ō-kar′bŏn) [ chloro- + fluorocarbon],

CFC

A fluorinated hydrocarbon, formerly used in metered dose inhalers as a propellant gas. CFCs accumulate in and damage the ozone layer of the stratosphere.
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954(d) (1) as income derived by a CFC in connection with (1) the purchase of personal property from a related person (as defined under Sec.
According to the EIA, Leempeng executives boasted of their smuggling experience, emphasizing links to personal contacts in multiple countries, including the United States, to which they have allegedly sold several CFC shipments of 25 tons each.
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From Russia to Australia, federal officials paint a picture of worldwide CFC smuggling operations that run the gamut from small-time entrepreneurs to sophisticated money laundering conspiracies.
Such smuggling has been increasing since the United States, in keeping with an environmental treaty, banned imports and the production of CFCs a year ago.
When DuPont and each of the major manufacturers of CFCs officially stopped producing these ozone-depleting refrigerants on December 31, 1995, a "greener" world became a reality for building owners and managers nationwide.
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CFC is a privately owned, non-governmental organization that provides low-cost capital and state-of-the-art financial products and services to approximately 1,000 electric cooperatives that serve rural communities and support agriculture in 47 states across the United States.