Is there a particular reason that acronyms of proper nouns are reversed in Spanish?
- VIH/SIDA = HIV AIDS
- SRAS = SARS
There are others but I can't remember off the top of my head.
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They are not reversed, just translated. It just happens that in English adjectives tend to go before the noun, whereas in Spanish it is usually the other way around: