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Alfa may refer to:
- ALFA, Adaptive Land Use for Flood Alleviation
- A grass also called esparto
- ALFA (XACML), the Axiomatics Language for Authorization (now standardized as Abbreviated Language for Authorization)
- Alfa (Lebanon), a Lebanese telecom company
- ALFA (Mexico), a Mexican industrial conglomerate
- Alfa (rocket), the designation of an Italian program for the development of efficient solid-propellant rockets
- ALFA (rowing), an international indoor rowing competition in Estonia
- Alfa (title), a title in Guinea and Northern Ghana
- Alfa Aesar, a Chemical catalogue company owned by Johnson Matthey, who originally traded elements under the Alfa label.
- Alfa-Bank, the Alfa Group corporate treasury, the largest private commercial bank in Russia
- Alfa Brewery, a family owned independent brewery located in the Netherlands.
- Alfa Cable Television, a cable television company in Tirana, Albania
- Alfa class submarine, NATO reporting name for Soviet Union/Russian Navy Project 705 submarine class of hunter/killer nuclear-powered vessels
- Alfa Group Consortium, one of Russia's largest privately owned financial-industrial conglomerates
- Alfa Laval AB, a Swedish company,
- Alfa Legion, a popular Warhammer 40,000 gaming group
- Alfa Matrix, a Belgian record label.
- Alfa Pendular, the pendolino high-speed train of Portuguese state railway company CP
- Alfa Radio, a Macedonian radio station
- Alfa Radio, a Mexico City radio station
- Alfa Records, a Japanese record label
- Alfa Retailindo, a retail company from Indonesia, partially owned by Carrefour
- Alfa Romeo, an Italian automobile manufacturer
- Alfa TV, a premium television service available in Cyprus
- Flugschule Wings Alfa, a hang glider
- Isaac Alfa, a retired Nigerian Air Force officer
- The usual spelling for the code word for the letter "A" in the NATO phonetic alphabet.
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