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FEANI The European Register for Chartered Engineers

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FEANI The European Register for Chartered Engineers
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The 18 member nations that comprise FEANI (Fédération Européenne d'Associations Nationales d'lngénieurs) are: Austria; Belgium; Czechoslovakia; Denmark; Finland; France; West Germany; Greece; Ireland; Italy; Luxembourg; Netherlands; Norway; Portugal; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; and the United Kingdom.

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