ASP

(redirected from ASPA)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to ASPA: APSA

ASP

abbreviation for either an ACT OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT in the sense of the devolved body created at the end of the twentieth century, or of the Sovereign parliament prior to 1707.
References in periodicals archive ?
The race for the upcoming elections of the association's executive board, due on April 28 in Amman, is likely to reflect the commitment of the different members, once elected, to improve the ASPA's performances," he estimated.
U K Gupta, President of ASPA said that 'the OVD technology fully conforms to the recommendation and guidelines stipulated by ISO Standards 12931 in curbing the menace of product counterfeiting'.
The ASPA has proposed to the BIS for usage of high security Optically Variable Devices ( OVD).
ASPA is a mechanism for South-South cooperation and policy coordination in multilateral forums.
In 1995, Wallace Swan became the first openly gay individual to run for ASPA's vice presidential seat.
The ASPA Award is held annually by Asian Science Parks Association with the participation of companies and institutes located in the member parks.
The meeting discussed a draft Declaration of the Summit, which will be presented for the Heads of State and Governments of the ASPA for approval.
The first Summit of South American and Arab Countries, or ASPA, was held in 2005 in Brasilia.
Gold mining and exploration company ASPA Gold Corp (OTC.BB:RENS) said on Thursday that it has appointed Global Media and Corporate Relations (GMCR) for all its investor relations functions.
11 -- Nirlep, the pioneers of non-stick cookware in the country, launches a new range 'Aspa'.
Garcia Belaunde's tour in the Maghreb is part of preparations for the 3rd Summit of South American-Arab Countries (ASPA) and the 3rd bi-regional Entrepreneurial Forum, due in Lima in mid-February, the same source said.
Aeromexico's pilots union, ASPA, says the carrier earlier this week proposed expanding its fleet of Boeing 737s, 767s and 777s in exchange for concessions.