Fubon plans to upgrade the office to a branch status in two years, so as to offer financial services to Taiwanese enterprises operating in Pearl River Delta area.
What does PRDA stand for?
PRDA stands for Pearl River Delta Area (China)
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We have 32 other meanings of PRDA in our Acronym Attic
- Protected Resources Division (US NOAA)
- Protein-Restricted Diet
- Proton Recoil Detection
- Providence Roller Derby (Rhode Island; est. 2004)
- Pseudo-Random Downstream (Sequence)
- Public Records Data
- Public Records Division (various locations)
- Public Relation Department (various nations)
- Public Relations Division (various organizations)
- Punk Rock Domestics
- Pelvic Radiation Disease Association (est. 2007; UK)
- People's Rural Development Association (Sri Lanka)
- Personnel Records Display Application (US Air Force)
- Planar Retro-Directive Antenna
- Polish Racing Drivers of America (motorsports group)
- Presbyterian Relief and Development Agency
- Program Research & Development Announcement
- Puerto Rico Department of Agriculture
- Pakistan Research Database
- Payment Research Data Base
Samples in periodicals archive:
The typhoon, the most powerful to hit the Pearl River delta area since 1979, caused heavy damage on the region's infrastructure, including highways, telecommunication facilities, water and power supplies and irrigation systems.
Sun was planning to establish branches in Shanghai, Pearl River Delta area, Jiangsu Province and Zhejiang Province, and later on set up subsidiaries in Fujian Province, with the number of total footholds set at 10-15.
Ground has been broken on one of China's most extensive civil aviation projects, the new airport for Guangzhou, which is being constructed some 18 1/2 miles (30km) north from the current Baiyun International Airport and which is planned to open in October 2003: The new Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, approved by the National Development & Planning Committee, is designed to meet the demand of growth in the Pearl River Delta area.