This is the first project to promote biomass utilization that has been jointly organized by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and the Ministry of the Environment.
What does MLIT stand for?
MLIT stands for Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (Japan)
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- Military and Government
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- Masters of Library and Information Studies
- Medical/Legal Information Services
- Molecular Laser Isotope Separation
- Multilingual Information Society
- Multiple Listing Information Service (real estate)
- Memory Lymphocyte Immuno-Stimulation Assay
- Master of Library and Information Science (degree)
- Mason Lake Intermediate School District (Michigan)
- Maritime Littoral Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance
- Mathematics Literacy (South Africa)
- Money Laundering Investigation Team
- My Life Is Twilight (website)
- Master of Letters
- Money Laundering Investigation Unit (UK and Ireland)
- Multiple Link Interface Unit
- Modern Life Is War (band)
- Modified Levantine Intermediate Water
- Main-Lobe Jamming
- Malayan Law Journal (Malayan Law Journal Sdn Bhd)
- Mantes-la-Jolie (neighborhood; Paris, France)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This was a central objective of the five-year (April 2001-March 2006) Advanced Safety Vehicle (ASV) Project led by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport also ordered users of Fuji's Bell 204B-2 helicopters not to use the part in question.
The proposal by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport follows a series of scandals over defect coverups by Mitsubishi Motors Corp.
Now a common sight on Japan's highway tollgates, the ETC system was introduced by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport in March 2001.
23 Kyodo The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport concedes in a white paper that its efforts to explain the need and efficacy of public works projects to the public have been inadequate, according to an outline of the paper obtained Wednesday by Kyodo News.
3) Free Mobility Assistance Project A project hosted by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport for a Universal Society, established by mutual support and bringing in all individual's ability together, to enable information on transportation and directions accessible to anyone, anytime from anywhere.
For Chinese travelers wanting to go abroad, Japan is the nearest developed market," says Satoru Kanazawa, director general in the tourism department of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.