CNPCChina National Petroleum Corporation
CNPCCentro Nacional de la Productividad y la Calidad (Chile)
CNPCConsolidated Nuclear Production Center
CNPCCommander, Navy Personnel Command
CNPCChina National Philatelic Corporation (Chinese stamp authority)
CNPCChronic Non-Productive Cough
CNPCCentre National Professionnel pour la Commercialisation des Articles de Sport et Loisir (French: National Center for Professional Marketing of Sporting Goods and Leisure)
CNPCConseil National des Professions du Cycle (French: National Council of Professional Cycling)
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That would see CNPC dumped in early July just before Iran hopes it will have completed a nuclear agreement with the Big Six that will lead to the lifting of sanctions and the return to Iran of firms that compete with CNPC, the China National Petroleum Corp.