Dans le Royaume, "j'ai vu egalement le role social des femmes, les femmes chefs d'entreprises marocaines volontaires, determinees qui demontrent de facon eclatante la contribution des femmes a la richesse nationale, a la creation de l'emploi dans leur pays", a-t-elle ajoute, en s'adressant a plus d'un millier de representants d'ONG participantes, dont 500 femmes.
What does FCE stand for?
FCE stands for Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises (French women entrepreneur association)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 131 other meanings of FCE in our Acronym Attic
- Facultad de Ciencias Económicas (Spanish)
- Faculty of Civil Engineering (various schools)
- Family and Consumer Education (various organizations)
- Family Community Education (former homemakers organization)
- Family Computer Emulator
- Federal Canning Establishment (food safety; US FDA)
- Federal College of Education (various locations)
- Fédération de la Chimie et de l'Énergie (French: Chemical and Energy Federation)
- Fédération des Congolais de l'Etranger (French: Federation of Congolese Abroad)
- Feed Conversion Efficiency (animal nutrition)
- Fenn College of Engineering (Cleveland State University)
- Fibro-Cartilagenous Embolism
- Field Clinical Engineer
- Field Company Engineers
- Final Cut Express (Apple video editing suite)
- Finished Ceiling Elevation (architecture)
- Finished Consultant Episode (UK hospital statistics)
- Fire Control Equipment
- Fires Coordination Element
- First Certificate in English
Samples in periodicals archive:
It currently has more than 8,000 members in nearly 80 chapters nationwide and is affiliated with Les Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises Mondiales (World Association of Women Entrepreneurs) in 35 countries.
It currently has 8,000 members in nearly 80 chapters nationwide and is affiliated with Les Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises Mondiales (World Association of Women Entrepreneurs) in 35 countries.