PFI


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PFI

Abbreviation for:
portal flow index
private finance initiative, see there 
progression-free interval
pulsatile flow index
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US-Style PFI, Contracting Out, Privatization, and Public Private Partnerships
Businesses joining PFI projects profit in the form of cash flows generated by public facilities and infrastructure.
There have been dozens of PFI projects at the local municipality level, but no PFI projects involving a national government building.
Whether the PFI enhanced efficiency overall is difficult to judge.
The PFI, which was banned under Section 16 of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1908, is an extremist and militant Islamic fundamentalist organisation in India formed as a successor to the National Development Front (NDF) in 2006.
Meanwhile, the shadowy PFI firms just keep on hitting the jackpot, making millions more than they'd ever hoped to because George Osborne slashed their tax bill a few years back.
National secretary Rehana Azam said: "The NAO's figures show what we've all known for some time - PFI is a catastrophic waste of taxpayers' money.
I am delighted that the high levels of expertise and ability which our team have demonstrated on a series of different PFI and PPP scenarios including many pathfinder initiatives have been recognised in this way.
The 60-year PFI deal is set to cost in excess of PS700m on a hospital which was said to have cost about PS64m to construct in 1998.
The zoo is being established on 29 acres land on the range land of PFI and work on its boundary has been completed, he said.
Andrews said: "This was a highly complex piece of work since the PFI Agreement had to be varied to accommodate the school's change of status and this involved negotiations with the PFI Company NewSchools(Merton), its funders and sub-contractors with a number of different agreements needing to be put in place.