FCCE

AcronymDefinition
FCCEFédération des Communautés Culturelles de l'Estrie (French: Federation of Cultural Communities in the Eastern Townships; Canada)
FCCEFroid Climatisation Cuisine Équipements (French: Cold Air Kitchen Equipment)
FCCEFlood Control and Coastal Emergencies
FCCEFédération des Conseillers et Certificateurs Énergétiques (French: Federation of Energy Advisors and Certifiers; Luxembourg)
FCCEFlorida Consortium of Clinical Educators
FCCEFlorida Chamber of Commerce Executives
FCCEFirst Congregational Church of Escondido (Escondido, CA)
FCCEFeinstein College of Continuing Education (Rhode Island)
FCCEFlow-Counterbalanced Capillary Electrophoresis
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Verkerk, CEO of FCCE said: "We're really proud to work with Kwese as a partner in 18 African countries.
Dutch producer/distributor FCCE is one company that attends all markets and Sales director Alan Green, who also attends all believes, "the DISCOP markets are a very efficient and cost effective way of reaching the emerging markets in Africa and the Middle East." Although he would, "like to see the timing of the markets spread more evenly away from major markets such as MIP and MIPCOM."
The result is a comprehensive redrawing of the FCCEs oversight powers in the digital age, at a time of rapid transformation in the media and technology sectors.
Powell, who now leads a top cable industry trade group, said that the repeal of the FCCEs net neutrality rules is still consistent with the four freedoms he described nearly 14 years ago.