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Federal Power Commission

A former agency of the U.S. federal government that licensed hydroelectric projects on federally owned land and regulated natural gas and interstate electric sales. It was established in 1930 and was replaced by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in 1977.
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According to data by FPC Kenya, flower exports contributed Sh82.24 billion up from Sh70.83 billion earned in 2016.
FPC maintains numerous subsidiaries throughout Taiwan.
In the wake of its September 20 meeting, the FPC last week warned that UK banks will need to put aside an extra PS10bn to help protect them from consumer credit losses, saying lenders were "underestimating" the risks of growing household debt.
The Wisconsin PSC filed suit against the FPC in Federal Court following the adverse ruling.
Pedersen will continue to work with FPC and, will soon begin investigating opportunities for establishing print production in Asia.
Desireuse d'offrir une tribune oo faire connaitre les bonnes pratiques en matiere de condition feminine, FPC a egalement debattu de questions concernant le leadership des femmes en dehors de la charge publique et de l'importance de sensibiliser les parlements a la specificite des sexes grace a la presidence.
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Now, with the completion of the transaction, Anacatum is an owned subsidiary of FPC.
"Second, the FPC is not constrained by the government's timetable for any such advice; it could make recommendations at any time.
The committee also mentioned the replacement of hawkish FPC members with new ones seen by critics as more friendly to banks and businesses.
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(MCI) and Formosa Plastics Corporation (FPC) of Taiwan announced an agreement on December 27 to form a joint venture company in China to manufacture and distribute electrolyte solution, one of the main components of lithium-ion batteries.