National - Companies and Organizations

Companies and Organizations

  • National Airlines
  • National Assembly
  • National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering (NCREE)
  • National Comics, an early name for the comic book publisher known later as DC Comics
  • National Broadcasting Company (NBC), a television network
  • National Development Front, a Muslim organisation in Kerala, India
  • National Benzole, a British petroleum brand
  • National Bus Company in Australia
  • National Car Rental
  • National (brand) a brand name of electronic goods from Panasonic
  • National College of Natural Medicine, a medical school in Portland, Oregon, U.S.
  • National Geographic Society
  • National High School, in West Bengal India
  • National Hockey League, U.S. ice hockey organization
  • National Motor Vehicle Company, 1900–1924 U.S. automobile company
  • National Party, several unrelated political parties around the world
  • National Radio Company
  • National Semiconductor, an American semiconductor manufacturer
  • National Supermarkets
  • National String Instrument Corporation, a company formed in the 1920s to manufacture the first resonator guitars
  • National Reso-Phonic Guitars, a company formed in the 1980s to manufacture resonator guitars and the current owners of the National brand in the U.S.
  • National Records, a record label
  • Championnat National (also known as National), French football league competition
  • Washington Nationals, professional baseball team based in Washington, D.C., U.S.
  • TIL National, Norwegian sports club
  • SK Nationalkameratene, Norwegian sports club

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