MRDA

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MRDAMen's Roller Derby Association (formerly Men's Derby Coalition; est. 2007)
MRDAMitsubishi Research and Design of America
MRDAMoldovan Research and Development Association
MRDAMeeting Recorder Dialog Act
MRDAMandy Rice-Davies Applies
MRDAMundri Relief and Development Association
MRDAMissouri Rental Dealers Association
MRDAMineral Resources Development Act (Tasmania, Australia)
MRDAMaine Rural Development Authority
MRDAMedia Research Directors Association
MRDAMilitary Recommended Dietary Allowance
MRDAMissouri Round Dance Association
MRDAMaple Road Development Association
MRDAMulti Resolution Data Access
MRDAManitoba Riding for the Disabled Association, Inc. (Canada)
MRDAMental Retardation Diagnostic Assessment
MRDAMercy Relief and Development Asia
MRDAManager Radiological Dose Assessment
MRDAMinistry Reporting Database Application
MRDAMitsubishi Research and Design America, Inc.
MRDAMission Requirements Definition and Analysis
MRDAMission Requirements and Definition Analysis
MRDAMinerals Regulation and Development Act
MRDAMulti-Resonant Dipole Antenna
MRDAMinimum Recommended Daily Allowance
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The report pointed out that the ministry has been moving forward with the firm strides toward tightening control and supervision on the mining sector to included in the state's economic cycle along completion of a good deal of infrastructure regulations following the beginning of the implementation of the Mineral Resources Development Act of 2015, where the work began in the organization of model markets, collection of the venerable revenues of the traditional mining sector and the deployment of observers and collectors to perform their roles in coordination with the mineral police and security, in addition to the review of the agreement, licenses and contracts of the exploration to comply the practice with the law in order to preserve the rights of the state, community and investors.