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Law/Patents - Insurance / Insurance
English term or phrase: FAO

In an auto producer training, there appears the following acronym, several times:

"Additional details are available in our product guide and the FAO help text."

"FAO real-time policy endorsements"

What does "FAO" mean?
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3 +2preguntas más frecuentes (FAQ)
Cristina Bufi Poecksteiner, M.A.
3FAO (acrónimo de organización o entidad)
Irene Gutiérrez

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preguntas más frecuentes (FAQ)

fao > FAQ > preguntas más frecuentes .......... OCR mistake

FAQ significa Preguntas más frecuentes derivado del inglés FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).

Cristina Bufi Poecksteiner, M.A.
Local time: 17:55
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Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian

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FAO (acrónimo de organización o entidad)

FAO podría ser un acrónimo que designe a la 'Food and Agriculture Organization' o a otra entidad. Así, se podría estar haciendo referencia a los textos de ayuda de la FAO o a las políticas o normas de la FAO.
Te recomiendo que revises bien el contexto a ver si esta formación puede tener relación con esta organización u otra entidad que presente el mismo acrónimo.
Si se trata de la 'Food and Agriculture Organization' puedes mantener el acrónimo 'FAO'.

    Reference: http://www.fao.org/home/es/
Irene Gutiérrez
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
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