Key Topics Covered: * List of abbreviations * Global market * Major sources of diamonds * Botswana * Russia * Canada * South Africa * Angola * Namibia * Democratic Republic of Congo * Australia * Conflict diamonds * Diamond Development Initiative * African Diamond Producers Association * The Diamond Task Force * Main participants * De Beers Group * De Beers Consolidated Mines * Debswana * Namdeb Diamond Corporation * Williamson Diamonds * Trans Hex * Other companies operating in the Southern African diamond sector * and much more.
What does ADPA stand for?
ADPA stands for African Diamond Producers Association
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of ADPA
We have 17 other meanings of ADPA in our Acronym Attic
- Average Daily Participation (education)
- Average Daily Population (various organizations)
- Area Denial to Personnel Concept Exploration Program
- Automated Data Processing Management Information System
- Automated Data Processing/Information Distribution System
- Automated Data Processing/Telecommunications
- Accredited Domestic Partnership Advisor (financial planner certification)
- Action pour le Developpement en Afrique
- Adipic Acid
- Advanced Diploma of Performing Arts
- Airlock Depressurization Pump Assembly
- American Defense Preparedness Association (now part of NDIA)
- Asymmetrical Doherty Power Amplifier
- Auto Detecting Parallel Architecture (digital sensors)
- American Defense Preparedness Association/National Security Industrial Association
- Army Disaster Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (US DoD)
- American Dental Political Action Committee
- Animal Disaster Planning Advisory Committee (various locations)
- Automated Data Processing Application Coordinator
- Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
During his term as a senior Minister in the Cabinet he successfully assisted in the rebuilding of Angola's fractured post-war economy and the co-ordination of the African Diamond Producers Association.