It is made up of three European footwear bodies, the Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry (Adidas, Puma, Lotto, etc.
What does FESI stand for?
FESI stands for Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry
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- Forschungseinrichtung Satellitengeodäsie (Technische Universität München; Germany)
- Federation of Ethical Stage Hypnotists (UK)
- Freien Evangelischen Schule Hannover (German: Hannover Free Evangelical School; Hannover, Germany)
- Friends of the East Sussex Hospices (UK)
- Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (US Fire Administration)
- Family Economic Security Initiative (Californians for Economic Security)
- Federacion Espanola de Sociedades de Informatica (Spain)
- Fédération Européenne des Syndicats d'Entreprises d'Isolation (French: European Federation of Trade Unions Business Insulation)
- Field-Enhanced Sample Injection
- Fonds d'Entraide et de Solidarité Internationale (French: Assistance Fund and International Solidarity)
- Forum for Engineering Structural Integrity (UK)
- Fédération des Écoles Supérieures d'Ingénieurs en Agriculture (French: Federation of Graduate Schools of Engineering in Agriculture)
- Fédération d'Ecoles Supérieures d'Ingénieurs et de Cadres (French: Engineer and Executive School Union)
- Federal Employees Safety and Injury Initiative
- Functional Electrical Stimulation-Induced Lower Extremity Cycling
- Fédération des Espaces Santé Jeunes (French: Federation of Young Healthy Spaces)
- Federazione Europea Scuola Kung Fu (Italian: European Federation Kung Fu School)
- Field Expedient Splice Kit
Samples in periodicals archive:
A letter from the Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry (FESI), Eurocommerce and others said EU producers had moved upmarket fight off cheap competition, with outsourced production and cheap supplies being threatened by the duties.