European Federation of Managerial Staff in the Chemical and Allied Industries (FECCIA)
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1956-06-08 Paris France
8 Jun 1956, Paris (France), as International Federation of Management and Professional Staff in the Chemical and Related Industries – Fédération internationale des cadres de la chimie et des industries annexes (FICCIA). Subsequently referred to as International/European Federation of Management and Professional Staff in the Chemical and Related Industries – Fédération internationale/européenne des cadres de la chimie et des industries annexes (FICCIA/FECCIA). Statutes modified: 22 Oct 1964; 20-22 Sep 1968. Current statutes adopted 29 Oct 1994 and modified 25 May 2012.
Analyse and defend common professional interests of affiliated associations and their members by representation to international organizations.
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