public ownership

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public ownership

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) ownership by the state; nationalization
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public ownership

n to be taken into public ownershipessere statalizzato/a
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I used to work for a nationalised industry in England some years ago (electricity and power) and saw how the union power destroyed the industry -- from retail sales of products to general supply to ordinary consumers.
Another complication is that Network Rail has been classified very recently as a nationalised industry by the independent Office for National Statistics (ONS).
MR Lane advocates that we go back to nationalised industry, in support of Jeremy Corbyn (04.
If this nationalised industry was still going today we would certainly not be in this mess, with the danger of our lights going out in years to come.
Maybe this is because as a nationalised industry the electricity industry was, and should be, self-financing.
In response, Conservative MP Nicholas Ridley drafted an internal report on the nationalised industries, in particular proposing how a future Conservative government could fight, and defeat, a major strike in a nationalised industry.
My wife did not make a firm order at that time and called in later to How does even a nationalised industry justify such an increase?
The saddest irony of all is that the only nationalised industry is the banks, all under a Labour government.
But he is supposed to be running a nationalised industry in the public interest.
The stock market, though, was reassured by the size of the government's commitment and its apparent commitment to letting RBS be run as a commercial enterprise rather than a nationalised industry.
Like the Port of Tyne, Blyth is a Trust port - a term used to describe ports owned and run by a trust rather than a company, local authority or a nationalised industry.
Curator Ceri Thompson said: 'We are looking for memories of the changes between life under the coal owners and a nationalised industry.