subsidiser


Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.subsidiser - someone who assists or supports by giving a subsidy
bestower, conferrer, donor, giver, presenter - person who makes a gift of property
References in periodicals archive ?
Director of the ESMA Conformity Affairs Department, Abdulla Abdelqadir Al Maeeni, explained, "As a provider and subsidiser of energy, this is a very important step for the government, as it will free up resources that will in turn contribute to the growth of the economy," he says.
But what good is a Europe where the treaty-stipulated role of the central bank is being finessed by Super Mario, where Germany becomes the permanent subsidiser of debtor nations like Spain and Italy, and where depression and unemployment become the enduring lot of poorer countries unable to regain competitiveness through devaluation?
The minister's comments came at the end of a speech in which he reiterated DEFRA's view that government should change from being a subsidiser to a supportive sponsor of the farming and food sectors.
In the twentieth century the 'neo-colonial' tradition has continued with the federal government retaining ownership of large amounts of land and being regulator and subsidiser of major projects ranging from reclamation and conservation, through transportation to defence.
Dipak Chatterjee: In the multilateral forum, the question of subsidies is a hugely important subject: EU is the biggest subsidiser in agriculture and nobody likes it.