FSN

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AcronymDefinition
FSNFederal Stock Number
FSNFonds Spécial du Nigéria (French: Nigeria Trust Fund)
FSNFamily Support Network
FSNFonds National pour la Société Numérique (French: National Fund for the Digital Society)
FSNFox Sports Network
FSNFood Safety Network (University of Guelph)
FSNFactory Serial Number (manufacturing tracking number)
FSNFondo Sanitario Nazionale (Italian: National Health Fund)
FSNFree Sites Network
FSNFile System Network
FSNFail Safe Network
FSNForward Sequence Number
FSNForeign Service National
FSNFinancial Sense Newshour (radio show)
FSNFull Service Network
FSNFate/Stay Night (visual novel)
FSNFédération Suisse de Natation (French: Swiss Swimming Federation)
FSNFinancial Safety Net
FSNFederatie Sloeproeien Nederland (Dutch rowing federation)
FSNFédération Suisse des Notaires (French: Swiss Federation of Notaries)
FSNForward Sequence Number (SS7 MTP Layer 2)
FSNFood Service Network (Japan)
FSNFrontul Salvarii Nationale (Romanian: National Rescue Front)
FSNFree Sites Network (domain registrar)
FSNFilter Smoke Number (engine test)
FSNFord Supplier Network
FSNFiscal Station Number
FSNFiber Security Network
FSNFreedom Song Network (San Francisco, CA)
FSNFrench-Speaking Nation
FSNFile Serial Number
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Forbes' said there were companies that transitioned out of the "Best Under A Billion" list and moved into the "Best Over a Billion" after raising revenues above $1 billion, such as JFC Philippines' largest food service network operator as well as China's Alibaba and Tencent.
JFC operates the largest food service network in the Philippines with 2,988 restaurant outlets for 7 brands as of August 31, 2018.
Jollibee operates the largest food service network in the Philippines.
JFC remains to be the largest food service network in the country with 3,195 restaurant outlets operated as of June 30, 2019.
At present, JFC operates the largest food service network in the Philippines with a total of 4,613 stores worldwide.
The company is now the largest food service network in the Philippines and was operating 3,003 restaurant outlets in the country as of the end of September.
At present, JFC already operates the largest food service network in the Philippines, with 2,988 restaurant outlets in the country as of the end of August.
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