Given linear functions $f_1({\bf x}),\dots,f_n({\bf x})$ on ${\bf R}^m$, let $K = \{(a_1,\dots,a_n) \in {\bf R}^n:$ the $n$ halfspaces $\{{\bf x}: f_i({\bf x}) \leq a_i\} $ have nonempty intersection$\}$. If $K$ is compact, must it be a polytope?

(It's not hard to show that $K$ is convex. I imposed compactness to avoid questions about what I mean by a noncompact polytope.)

This question has probably arisen in linear programming, since it is natural to consider parametrized sets of linear programs, and to ask whether the set of parameter-values giving rise to feasible linear programs is itself characterized by linear inequalities.