We had to averse to the government's plan to corporatize
In other words, its main purpose is just to corporatize
They were of the view when the organization was already profitable why the government needed to corporatize
On power sector, the government is now making a plan to corporatize
the power distribution companies in order to bring desired improvements in the cash bleeding power sector.
The proposals given by Kaiser Bengali to increase the railway revenue included to corporatize
Pakistan Railways and National Logistics Cell (NLC), Combine Pakistan Railways and NLC under one holding company; and create an integrated rail-road transport network.
Under the law, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) imposed an additional cost of 12 percent for property owners who want to corporatize
their income-generating assets into a REIT.
However, the administration counters that such fears are unfounded, as any move to corporatize
, sell off assets or shutter these entities requires an act of law, and hence the involvement of parliament.
In order to corporatize
the family arrangements, a suitable corporate structure must be selected.
These range from how the NYPD has spied on bicyclist activists and helped Citibank and MasterCard corporatize
cycling in NYC; spying on children at McDonalds; spying on the press; spying on lawyers and progressive lawyer associations like the National Lawyers Guild and the People's Law Office; the use of drones; and environmental activists.
To both questions, the answer is essentially the same: corporatize
Fred Healey embodies the highest principles of corporatize
It has been unclear whether moves to corporatize
public hospitals have been merely an effort to improve efficiency (as the government claims) or, as they have been perceived in some quarters, represent the first step in the actual divestiture of government ownership.