Draft amendments to the Railway Transport Act under which the National Railway Infrastructure Company (NRIC) is allowed to carry out rail transport activities flagrantly contradict EU Directives, according to Georgi Minchev, member of the Managing Board of the Bulgarian Association for Freight Forwarding, Transport and Logistics.
What does NRIC stand for?
NRIC stands for National Railway Infrastructure Company (Bulgaria)
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We have 24 other meanings of NRIC in our Acronym Attic
- Negative Refractive Index Transmission Line
- National Railroad Intermodal Association
- Nuclear/Radiological Incident Annex
- National Rural Institute on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Menomonie, WI)
- National Research Institute of Agricultural Economics (Japan)
- National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics
- Natural Resources Inventory and Analysis Institute
- National Research Institute of Aquaculture (Japan)
- National Research Institute of Brewing (Tokyo, Japan)
- Navanitlal Ranchhodlal Institute of Business Management
- National Registration Identity Card
- National Research Infrastructure Council (Australia)
- National Resource Information Centre (Australia)
- Natural Resources Information Clearinghouse (USAID partnership)
- Natural Resources Information Council
- Network Reliability Interoperability Council (Internet)
- Nittsu Research Institute and Consulting (est. 1961; think tank; Japan)
- Northwest Resource Information Center (est. 1976; Eagle, ID)
- National Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program
- National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage (South Korea)
Samples in periodicals archive:
State-owned National Railway Infrastructure Company (NRIC) was currently in no condition to pay its debt of 59 million leva, the company's new chief executive Milcho Lambrev told reporters.
Bulgaria's National Railway Infrastructure Company has promised it would be ready with the application form for the renovation project by the end of 2012.
By the end of 2013, Bulgaria will have railway lines for high-speed transport of both passengers and freight, said Milcho Lambrev, Director General of National Railway Infrastructure Company.
The external experts will deal not only with separate projects, but also with the strengthening of the capacity of the Bulgarian Road Infrastructure Agency and the National Railway Infrastructure Company.