FCFAFédération des Communautés Francophones et Acadienne (Canada)
FCFAFuture Climate for Africa (Cape Town, South Africa)
FCFAFlorida Contraband Forfeiture Act
FCFAFederació Catalana de Futbol Americà (Catalan: Catalan Federation of American Football; Barcelona, Spain)
FCFAFranc Communauté Financière Africaine
FCFAForeign Currency Fluctuation Account
FCFAFree and Clear Foundations of America, Inc.
FCFAFriends of the Center for the Arts
FCFAFree Cash Flow, Annual
FCFAFellow Cookery Food Association
FCFAFlorida Communications Fraud Act
FCFAfuel cladding failure accident
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Par ailleurs, la capitalisation boursiere du marche des actions s'est chiffree a 4 502 838 234 752 FCFA, tandis que celle du marche obligataire s'est elevee a 3 743 583 224 095 FCFA.
Repondant aux questions des medias internationaux sur la question du FCFA, Ouattara qui rendait visite a son homologue Emmanuel Macron, a indique que [beaucoup moins que]le FCFA se porte bien[beaucoup plus grand que].
In total, the Treasury is planning to raise between FCfa 52bn and 57bn ($87m-$95m) on the BEAC stock market during the first quarter of 2016, to finance its budget deficit and to finance projects in the 2016 public investments budget.
A taxpayer with annual sales below fifteen million FCFA, (78) which likely includes all but one of our vendors, (79) pays the discharge tax instead.
FCFA, a unit of First Commonwealth Financial Corp (NYSE:FCF), is an investment advisor with more than USD2bn (EUR1.5bn) of assets under management.
Les biens du president senegalais elu le 25 mars face a Abdoulaye Wade qui etait au pouvoir depuis douze ans, comprennent une villa de 699 metres carres d'une valeur de 350.000.000 FCFA (533.000 euros) et un terrain de plus de 2.000 metres carres (200.000.000 FCFA, 304.000 euros) dans des quartiers chic de Dakar.
Now it is obvious that low earners simply cannot afford to pay the "fairly computed fixed amount" (FCFA) of taxes, as it will probably be a huge percentage of their incomes.
In 1958, the CFA franc then became the 'Franc of the French Community of Africa' (FCFA), after General de Gaulle introduced the notion of 'community' to the colonies of West and Central Africa.
The amount paid for rents varied with location and with the landowner but in most cases it was only a token, although producers of high value crops could pay up to 20 FCFA (US$0.04) per m2 per season.
Les populations francophones sont representees par des organismes sectoriels (parents, femmes, juristes, artistes, etc.) et des organismes a l'echelle provinciale, euxmemes regroupes au sein de la Federation des communautes francophones et acadiennes du Canada (FCFA).
Critiecs say that FCFA has worked so poorly because the 50,000 procurement employees who actually do the shopping have little incentive to buy green.