public enterprise


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public enterprise

n
(Economics) economic activity by governmental organizations. Compare private enterprise1
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Dr Cable said: "The public will not understand why big bonuses and salaries continue to be paid out by a loss-making public enterprise, still under-performing in many areas.
Plaid Cymru councillor Neil McEvoy has now called for the fund to be used as a model of public enterprise for the whole of Wales.
They are also concerned with issues of public enterprise management, especially performance monitoring.
A survey of 18 to 34 year-olds carried out by Public Enterprise reveals anger at the incessant use of "white noise" advertising to sell products.
For decades, there has been a monopoly in telecommunications services controlled by a stable firm, a public enterprise in most of the world.
aXcess Partners Worldwide and Active Public Enterprise Group to Debut ImPAct Live Media to Engage Consumers, Leading Brands and Port Authority Facilities
This paper develops a model to quantify the major aspects of the privatized public enterprise transitional performance.
For Long Beach and Huntington Beach, those communities seem to be very satisfied in working with Public Enterprise Group.
PUBLIC ENTERPRISE bas had a bad rap in recent years, with the ascendancy of neoliberal economics and the collapse of Soviet-style planned economies in eastern Europe.
The company also plans to conclude a contract with the Public Enterprise Agency of the Aichi Prefectural Government to purchase a 31,600-square-meter property next to the Shinshiro Minami Plant to prepare for the expansion.
Mr Murtagh, whose association represents 1,300 of Ireland's 4,400 licensed haulage operators, said regular meetings with the Department of Public Enterprise, the Gardai and Customs and Excise, and sharing of information were achieving little.
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