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EFCAEvangelical Free Church of America
EFCAEmployee Free Choice Act
EFCAEuropean Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations
EFCAEscadron de Formation des Commandos de l'Air (French: Training Squadron of the Air Commandos)
EFCAEuropean Federation of Concrete Admixtures Associations (est. 1984)
EFCAEuropean Film Companies Alliance
EFCAElectrical Facility Connection Assembly
EFCAEvangel Family Christian Academy (Montgomery, AL)
EFCAÉtablissement Fomba pour la Construction et l'Aménagement (French: Fomba Establishment for Construction and Planning; Ivory Coast)
EFCAÉtudes Formation Conseil Automatismes (French: Automation Training Council Studies)
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1) This group comprises: Business Software Alliance, International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, Motion Picture Association, International Video Federation, Interactive Software Federation Europe, International Association of Film Producers Associations, Independent Music Companies Association, European Film Companies Alliance, Federation of European Publishers, European Grouping of Societies of Authors and Composers (GESAC).
EFCA, the European Film Companies Alliance, and IMPALA, the Independent Music Companies Association, have jointly submitted their official contribution to "the Forum", a network of representatives from civil society whose contributions have been taken into account by the European Convention on the Future of Europe.
EFCA, the European Film Companies Alliance, has published the conclusions of the high-level conference on funding mechanisms for European films which it organised earlier this year in association with the European Commission on the fringes of the Cannes Film Festival.
The European Film Companies Alliance (EFCA), which represents the interests of the European film industry*, has written to Commissioners Mario Monti (competition) and Viviane Reding (culture/audio-visual) to express its disagreement with the guidelines outlined by the Commission in its Communication on cinema published on September 27 (the theme is included on the agenda for the November 5 Culture/Audiovisual Council - see article in Section IV).
In a joint position on the draft proposal for a Directive on certain aspects of copyright law in the information society, the European Film Companies Alliance EFCA and IMPALA, the international trade organisation representing independent music companies (record companies as well as music publishers), call for a greater level of harmonisation.
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