Fédération européenne des industries du jouet - jeux, jouets, puériculture (FEJ)
European Federation of Toy Industries - Toys, Games and Childcare
Federación Europea de Industrias del Juguete
Europäische Föderation des Spielwaren-Industrie
Also referred to in French as Fédération européenne du jouet. Ceased to exist 12 Mar 1997, when merged with U-XF2387 - Toy Manufacturers of Europe (TME) to form D-XD6229 - Toy Industries of Europe (TIE).
Promote and preserve business unity and integration of European toy industries; favour economic development in member countries; represent general and common business interests to society at large, European Union authorities, labour and consumers organizations, and other associations; study matters affecting member businesses and inform them accordingly; provide the means for solving problems by bringing pressure on authorities, in particular as regards: import and export procedures, international trade rules, anti-dumping measures, measures to protect patents and industrial models, standards to protect the environment, harmonization of standards and marks, European Commission decisions affecting the industry, safety regulations.
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Office of the President; Executive Committee; Secretariat. Officers: President; 4 Vice-Presidents.
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