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Financial Crisis Inquiry Commissionnoun

uk   us   abbreviation FCIC GOVERNMENT, ECONOMICS, FINANCE
an organization that was created by the US government to examine the causes of the very serious financial and economic problems in the US from 2007-2010. It published its report in January 2011
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