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What does DDG stand for?

DDG stands for Deputy Director General

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17 (BNA)-- State Minister for Information Affairs and the Government's Official Spokesperson Sameera Ibrahim bin Rajab received today a delegation from Bahrain Development Bank (BDB) led by Development Department Deputy Director General Shaikh Hesham bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, Deputy Director General Adnan Al Blushi, Assistant Director General Dalal Ismail, President of the Risk Management Department Ashok Gulvady and Senior Manager Corporate Credit Analysis Somasundaram Kappily.
Salalah, Aug 29 (ONA) --- Sayyid Mohammed bin Sultan al-Busaidi, Minister of State and Governor of Dhofar received at his office here today Jassim Mohammed al-Darmaki, Deputy Director General of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA) and Sultan Al Mutawa A'Dhahiri, Director of Tourism Environment Development and their accompanying delegation.
Summary: The 'hotels&restaurants' website was launched by Jasim Mohammed Sultan Al Darmaki, deputy director general of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) in a ceremony at the International Tourism Bourse (ITB Berlin) held from March 6-10.
After western intelligence agencies alleged that they had stolen a laptop computer from Iran which contains studies about military nuclear activities in Parchin military site - and although they refrained from presenting the original documents to Iran - Tehran allowed IAEA inspectors to visit the site twice and the IAEA team, led by the then deputy Director General Ollie Heinonen, eventually declared that the alleged studies in Parchin had been all baseless and unfounded.
The committee for grievances relating to licensing and permits, headed by Ali Ebrahim, Deputy Director General of Planning and Development Affairs, will decide on all appeals submitted against the decisions taken by the DED divisions on licensing and permits procedures of enterprises, subject to the provisions of the law regulating economic activities.