FIGS

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FIGS is an acronym for French, Italian, German, Spanish or France, Italy, Germany, Spain.

Languages[edit]

These are usually the first four languages chosen to localize products into when a company enters the European market.[1]

Countries[edit]

France, Italy, Germany and Spain are the four most populous mainland states of the European Union, and four of the five largest EU economies (the other being the United Kingdom). France, Italy and West Germany were founder states of the EU.

See also[edit]

  • CJK Chinese, Japanese, Korean

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kauzlaric, Clayton (2008-12-23). "TA-ncient History #11: Ganz Vernichtung!". Ton of Clay. Retrieved 2011-03-26. When most companies in the US seldom went beyond FIGS (the oh-so-hip developer acronym for French, Italian, German, Spanish)