Planning Institute of Jamaica, October 12-13, 2011.
What does IOJ stand for?
IOJ stands for Institute of Jamaica (est. 1879; Kingston, Jamaica)
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We have 6 other meanings of IOJ in our Acronym Attic
- Interorganizational Information System
- Institute of Information Technology (Vietnam)
- Internet of Intelligent Things
- International Olympiad in Informatics Training Camp (student technology training; India)
- International Ocean Institute Virtual University
- It's Okay If You're A Republican
- Instytut Organizacji I Zarzadzania (Polish: Institute of Organization and Management)
- IEE (Institution of Electrical Engineers) Online Journal
- Indonesia Open Jazz
- Institute Of Jainology (UK)
- Interest of Justice (legal slang)
- International Organization of Journalists (Czech Republic)
- Islami Oikya Jote (political group; Bangladesh)
- International Order of Job's Daughters
- Insurance Open Joint Stock Company (Russia)
- International Organization for Judicial Training
- Indian Occupied Kashmir
- International Order of Kabbalists
- Internationales Olympisches Komitee (German: International Olympic Committee)
- Island of Kesmai (online game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
PIOJ--Planning Institute of Jamaica and Statistical Institute of Jamaica (2002).
The Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) estimates that in the first quarter of 2007, the country's GDP grew 2.
Kojo had not got particularly good "O" level results, so after Jamaica College he had gone to work at the Institute of Jamaica, a job he was probably hooked up to through my father's influence.
Now a resident of Toronto, Olive Senior was born in Jamaica and was recently awarded the Gold Medal of the Institute of Jamaica for her contribution to Jamaican arts and letters.
Mrs Francis is a member of the Development Council, a committee of the Cabinet of Jamaica responsible for policy development for the country, as well as a Board member of the National Investment Bank of Jamaica and the Planning Institute of Jamaica.