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FIC

John E. Fogarty International Center (of the National Institutes of Health)
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Pinto Pereira will continue to report to Adam Theiler, Executive VP of FIC Southern Europe and Africa.
However, on Thursday night, some unidentified accused left a shopping bag near the main entrance of the FIC.
9 per cent stake in FIC, making it FIC's major shareholder with 50.
Joanne Tsai, FIC's managing director in Taiwan and China said, FIC will become the first digital TV channel operator in Taiwan to provide such a service.
The notice alleges that Lathigee and Pasquill did not disclose that the FIC was close to insolvency and that the investments were therefore extremely risky, instead choosing to promote investments in their companies as spectacular opportunities with enormous profits, thereby perpetrating a fraud on investors of WBIC, FIC Projects and FIC Foreclosure.
FIC was formed in 1960 as an informal group of movie marketing executives who met monthly to discuss matters relating to their trade.
The Spitfire Grill" was selected by FIC for taking the low-budget film, which was first screened at the Sundance Film Festival, and setting a number of advance screenings in 10 major cities, which drew excellent word of mouth.
In announcing this year's winner FIC members pointed out that the marketing program for "The Lion King" was one of the most thorough, innovative and fully comprehensive world-wide campaigns ever launched and maintained for a motion picture.
Next week FIC will announce nominations for five previous 1994 monthly marketing award winners that will compete in the Film Information Council's 2nd Annual Charles M.
In selecting "The Santa Clause," FIC members noted that they were impressed with the way Buena Vista Pictures successfully marketed a film starring a major television personality in his first theatrical movie into an across the board family film that is now positioned as the number one theatrical entertainment of the Holiday season with more than $120 million domestic box office grosses accumulated.
The win is the second for Miramax (for "The Crying Game") since FIC began voting monthly and annual marketing awards two years ago.