This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of JRG
We have 9 other definitions for JRG
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
JR Kyushu, which is based in Fukuoka, is one of the seven railroads of the Japan Railways group -- six passenger and one freight railroads -- which were created with the 1987 split-up and privatization of the deficit-ridden Japanese National Railways.
TOKYO - Kokuro, once the biggest workers' union at the now-defunct Japanese National Railways, on Friday put an end to its 24-year-long struggle against Japan Railways group companies, the successors to the state-run JNR, seeking to have them employ its members.
It is one of the seven Japan Railways group companies created through the split-up of the deficit-ridden Japanese National Railways in 1987.
Japan Railways Group said reserved seats have been booked for nearly all trains until Thursday noon on six bullet trains lines -- Tokaido, Tohoku, Akita, Yamagata, Joetsu and Nagano.
Six Japan Railways Group passenger rail companies project that their combined annual revenues would decline 75 billion yen once the government has eliminated expressway tolls.
Most portions of the national railway operations were succeeded by the Japan Railways group companies.