Car sharing-related - Ecosystem Japan - Supply solar panel systems - Mazda Motor Corporation - Electric vehicle-related (provide Mazda Demio vehicles) Advisory Committee -Tsukuba City - National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) - Japan Automobile Research Institute (JARI) - The Japan Research Institute, Limited About Mazda Mazda Motor Corporation (TSE: 7261) started manufacturing tools in 1929 and soon branched out into production of trucks for commercial use.
What does JARI stand for?
JARI stands for Japan Automobile Research Institute
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- Japan Association of Real Estate Counselors
- Japanese Association for Russian and East European Studies
- Journees Audiovisuelles Rurales et Environnementales de Lema
- Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
- Jon Albright Real Estate Services, LLC (Collierville, TN)
- Joint Army-Navy Foul-Up
- Joint Agency Requirements Group
- Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics
- [not an acronym] slang for a United States Marine (origin unknown)
- Japan Association of Rolling Stock Industries
- Jiangsu Automation Research Institute (est. 1965; China)
- Johnstown Area Regional Industries (Johnstown, PA)
- Joint Antarctic Research Institute (New Zealand)
- Jute Agricultural Research Institute (India)
- Joint Air Reconnaissance Intelligence Centre (UK MoD)
- Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities (UK; applied research journal)
- Jumonji, At-Rich Interactive Domain
- Joint Advanced Research Integrated Networking
- Japanese Amateur Radio League
- Journal of Applied Research on Learning (Canadian Council on Learning)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The demonstration project for the environmentally friendly vehicles that do not emit carbon dioxide has been organized by the Japan Automobile Research Institute and three other organizations.
Toyota received the certification from the Japan Automobile Research Institute, which specializes in inspections and registrations in the transportation equipment field.
The Japan Automobile Research Institute, which is promoting the JHFC under METI, made an appeal in April of 2006 for third party participant companies and organizations to run a fleet of fuel cell vehicles.