FCCG

AcronymDefinition
FCCGFog Cutter Capital Group, Inc. (lending and real estate)
FCCGFootball Club Cessy Gex (French football club)
FCCGFootball Club Château-Gontier (French football club)
FCCGFlorida Council on Compulsive Gambling, Inc.
FCCGFuel Cell Commercialization Group
FCCGFootball Club Château-Guilbert (French football club)
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An official of UAE-headquartered FCCG company, dealing mainly in high premium consumer durables, including foodstuffs, said their offices, at present located in one of the streets which is in a very poor condition, would soon move to a new facility near the Logistics Village.
utilities, many of which belong to cities, have formed the Fuel Cell Commercialization-Group (FCCG), which is eager to pursue the promise of fuel cell technology because of its immense potential to replace existing power sources with a clean, noiseless and efficient alternative.
Al Ghurair also mentioned that the MENA FCCG ( Middle East North Africa Financial Crime Compliance Group) was established in September 2016, as a voluntary body comprised of leading MENA banks with the objective of facilitating collective action in the fight against money laundering and terrorist finance in the region.
Further, together with the financing, the company's parent company Fog Cutter Capital Group Inc (FCCG) converted the remaining outstanding debt due to FCCG from FAT, to common equity at USD7.35 per share.
On her part, the Director General of Kuwait's Future Communications Company Global (FCCG), Abrar Al-Masoud described the festival as "Kuwait's gift to Spain," saying it is an opportunity "to familiarize Spaniards with Kuwaiti culture." Furthermore, she noted that the festival would feature a slew of exhibitions and activities that will go on well into midnight, particularly, the ones where visitors would get to relish on Kuwaiti and Spanish delicacies.
Moreover, Director General of Kuwait's Future Communications Company Global (FCCG), the sponsor of the event, Abrar Al-Masoud described the festival as "Kuwait's gift to Spain," saying it is an opportunity "to familiarize Spaniards with Kuwaiti culture." Further, she noted that the festival would feature a slew of exhibitions and activities that will go on well into midnight, particularly, one where visitors would get to relish on Kuwaiti and Spanish delicacies.