private sector


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private sector

n.
The part of the economy that is controlled by individuals or private organizations and is not funded by the government.

private sector

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the part of a country's economy that consists of privately owned enterprises. Compare public sector
Translations

private sector

n the private sectoril settore privato
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Sir Suma used a lecture at the London School of Economics to chart shifting attitudes to the relative importance of state and the private sector for development in the past and to look ahead to the best model for their relationship in the future.
According to Oxford Strategic Consulting's survey report, 41 per cent of working-age Emiratis viewed the private sector as 'Very Important' to national employment.
This reluctance for employment in the private sector is echoed in other areas of the Gallup surveys.
It is very exciting and important because it's a unique opportunity to turn around the private sector business of the bank, in the sense that the portfolio of the private sector has grown significantly from $200-$300m to $2.
The seminar assess the laws and policies regulating employment in the private sector, education and training outputs and their conformity with the requirements of the labor market in the private sector.
According to the official, Zanganeh is against transferring of gas processing plants to private sector due to the sensitive and important role they play in production, export and supply of gas.
Speaking on the economic challenges facing the region and the private sector's contribution, the minister said despite the implementation of economic reforms and support given for the private sector in the region, the role of the private sector, was still modest and the volume of investments small and not up to the expectations.
The chart illustrates private sector employment from 2002 through 2012 as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The truth is that government can create the economic conditions that enable private sector to create long-term jobs by means of grants, infrastructure improvement, subsidies, tax breaks and provision of education and training.
As a result, the private sector, and key business elites in particular, "[have been and] are being invited.
Second, during the beginning of the explosive growth years of private sector rehabilitation in the 1970s, the need for a private sector division was considered, however, the consensus at NRA was that the existing National Rehabilitation Counseling Association (NRCA) already provided for private sector involvement.
Rapid growth in the private sector in the last fifteen years has changed the demography of the association permanently.

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