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FVCForced Vital Capacity (lung function test)
FVCFIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Vex Challenge
FVCFlux Vector Control (various companies)
FVCFrequency-to-Voltage Converter (electrical engineering)
FVCFuture Venture Capital (Japan)
FVCFingerprint Verification Competition (software assessment)
FVCFirst Virtual Communications (Glowpoint)
FVCFamily Violence Center (Springfield, MO)
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FVCFurniture Value Chain (Center for International Forestry Research)
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FVCFirst Virtual Corporation (now FVC.COM)
FVCForward Voice Channel (Cellular Term)
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FVCFord Volunteer Corps
FVCFinancial Vehicle Corporation
FVCForce Validation Committee
FVCFractures Vertébrales par Compression (French: Vertebral Compression Fractures)
FVCFiltered Vented Containment
FVCFamily Voices Calgary
FVCField Video Component
FVCFrozen Vegetable Council (Burlingame, CA)
FVCFlavio Vieira Costa - Siemens
FVCFully Vested Contribution (retirement plan)
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This participatory research was conducted by a furniture value chain (FVC) team, which comprised 15 people from Jepara District furniture stakeholders, 4 people from the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), 2 people from Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), 2 people from the Forestry Research and Development and Innovation Agency (FORDA) of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry and 5 people from Jepara District Government (PEMDA).
The authors thank ACIAR for supporting research on 'Mahogany and teak furniture: action research to improve value chain efficiency and enhance livelihoods (FST/2007/119, 2008-2013)' and DFID-UK for supporting furniture value chain research (2014-2017).
Interaction study between China's furniture industry and the global furniture value chain. World Forestry Res.
The principal objective of this assignment is to undertake a comprehensive analysis of the furniture value chain in Egypt, so as to (i) identify supply gaps which can be filled in by small - scale furniture entrepreneurs, (ii) identify market opportunities for small enterprises and (iii) recommend relevant capacity building activities for them.
With container transport costs from China now near $9,000 and lead times for all sorts of furniture products stretched out due to lengthy shipping lanes, it is time to re-think the entire furniture value chain. Someone asked me the other day what was an acceptable lead time.