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IFC

Abbreviation for interferential current.

interferential current

(ĭn″tĕr-fĕ-rĕn′shăl),

IFC

A form of electrotherapy in which a current having specific properties is used to alleviate pain or facilitate healing in deep body tissues. The current used in IFC is produced by the interference of two medium-frequency (kiloHertz) sinusoidal alternating currents of slightly different frequencies. The nature of this interference creates an amplitude-modulated current that can be adjusted to produce various physiological effects.
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Trust has long been at the heart of the strong relationships between the region and IFCs. The recent annual Edelman Trust Barometer indicates that high levels of trust in high-quality IFCs are reflected by strong levels of trust in the now mature financial and regulatory frameworks in domestic markets.
In particular, investors in the region are now placing ever greater importance on security and asset protection, meaning there is clearly a real opportunity for IFCs to assert the significance of their role in facilitating the ambitions of investors in Gulf markets.
It revealed that the total value of FDI by corporate investors globally increased by around six per cent annually in 2013 to stand at $1.41 trillion, and that such investments being routed through IFCs are at historically high levels.
In order to evaluate the super-resolving performance of IFCS, scenes which comprises two closely separated scatterers in range/azimuth direction are simulated with the parameters listed in Table 2.
Since (Y,[sigma]) is an IF[sub.w][T.sub.1/2] space, A is an IFCS in Y.
It also called for the further development of a SAICM based on the IFCS documents, and that UNEP, IFCS, and other international organizations closely cooperate in this regard.
A new report by IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, says Papua New Guinea has achieved dramatic growth in the use of off-grid solar products with 60 percent of households now using solar lighting, compared to just two percent seven years ago.
It found that the total value of FDI by corporate investors globally increased from $1.33 trillion in 2012 to $1.41 trillion in 2013, and that almost $80 billion of corporate FDI flowed through IFCs in 2012, representing a six per cent share of the global total.
IFCs entry into venture financing in the country is expected to catalyze follow-on funding from existing and external limited partners.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, launched its new Social Impact Notes program, a Triple A-rated impact investment opportunity for retail investors to support projects with positive social outcomes.
A growing body of evidence is supporting the case that International Finance Centres (IFCs) contribute positively and significantly to international investment, jobs, growth, and poverty alleviation.
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