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FPC

abbr.
1. Federal Power Commission
2. fish protein concentrate
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MNA Mian Abdul Mannan, MPA Hajji Elyas Ansari and a large number of journalists including office bearers of FPC were also present on the occasion.
As of 2005, FPC is the largest producer of PVC resins in Taiwan and the second highest in the world after Shin-Etsu Chemical, which produces 3.
The decision fundamentally altered the nature of natural gas regulation by placing thousands of small gas producers under the oversight of a reluctant FPC and greatly expanding the power and authority of that regulatory body, without expanding its resources or abilities.
Anils term on the FPC will begin on 1 October 2016 for a period of three years.
In last week's report, the FPC stated that it felt that the system has now moved out of that period.
FPC develops, produces and markets biometric components that analyse and match an individual's unique fingerprint to verify that person's identity.
FPC, based on Sweden, develops and produces biometric components and technologies in the fingerprint sensor market.
While its first customers were referred by FPC, Innowo Print, based in Ilsenburg, Germany, has since then built an independent customer portfolio and developed a brand recognized in the market.
He said he had since instructed that the FPC "should be informed of all changes to members' business interests, even when they are judged not to be material".
Now, with the completion of the transaction, Anacatum is an owned subsidiary of FPC.
La Section canadienne de FPC est regie par un comite directeur charge de defendre les points de vue et les preoccupations des femmes parlementaires de tout le pays ainsi que d'elaborer des programmes visant a promouvoir les objectifs de FPC au sein du Canada.
The FPC was created by Chancellor George Osborne to monitor and report any threats to the stability of the British economy.