GTP

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AcronymDefinition
GTPGrants Pass (Amtrak station code; Grants Pass, OR)
GTPGraduate Training Program (various organizations)
GTPGuanosine 5'-Triphosphate
GTPGprs Tunnel Protocol
GTPGet the Picture
GTPGreen Tree Python
GTPGreek Travel Pages (Internet tourism guide)
GTPGlobal Travel Professional (certification)
GTPGlobal TransPark (North Carolina)
GTPGrand Trunk Pacific (defunct Canadian railway)
GTPGood Tissue Practice
GTPGrowth and Transformation Plan (Ethiopia)
GTPGo Text Protocol
GTPGas Treatment Plant
GTPGreen Travel Plan (UK)
GTPGas Turbine Power
GTPGlobal Text Project (free information)
GTPGrand Touring Prototype
GTPGran Turismo Portable (game)
GTPGTPlanet.net (website)
GTPGroup Transport Protocol
GTPGot to Pee
GTPGeelong Technology Precinct (Deakin University, Australia)
GTPGambling Treatment Program (various locations)
GTPGros Tracteurs Passion (French tractor company)
GTPGroup Travel Planet (Pigeon Forge, Tennessee)
GTPGreen Tacoma Partnership (Tacoma, WA)
GTPGolden Tee Players (golf)
GTPGuaranteed Technical Particulars
GTPGrand Theft Pictures
GTPGuaranteed Trade-in Program (Subaru)
GTPGovernment Telecommunications Program
GTPGeneral Test Plan
GTPGeneric Technical Position
GTPGeneral Telemetry Processor
GTPGas Tolerant Pump
GTPGround Test Projectile
GTPGenerator Treatment Plan
GTPGPS Translator Processor (Unit)
GTPGroup Therapy Program (New York; state prisons)
GTPGood Try Partner
GTPGroup Termination Points
GTPGross Trading Profit
GTPGeneral Tariff Preferences (EU)
GTPGrounded into Triple Play (baseball)
GTPGeneral Type Publication
GTPGas Turbine Powered Unit
GTPGlobal Tax Planning (UK)
GTPGeneric Technology Platform
GTPGo To Plain (Text)
GTPGlobal Technology Products
GTPGraduate Teaching Practice (UK)
GTPGPRS (General Packet Radio Service) Tunnelling Protocol (communications protocols)
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"Ethiopia's ambitious growth and transformation plan envisions maintaining real GDP growth of 11 percent and building an economy with modern, productive and technologically enhanced agricultural and industrial sectors," the report said.
Conveying good wishes for the Ethiopian New Year 2003, which was celebrated on 11 September, Meles said that his country will join the lower-middle income category, provided that the nation successfully implements the five year growth and transformation plan set by the government.
In a news conference, the premier said the newly introduced the "Growth and Transformation Plan" (GAP) is a very ambitious plan targeted to speed up economic growth of the country.
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