denationalisation


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Noun1.denationalisation - changing something from state to private ownership or control
social control - control exerted (actively or passively) by group action
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Georgiades outlined a policy framework including 13 actions, among others, denationalisation of state telecoms company Cyta, local authority and civil service reform, the introduction of a national health scheme, tourism reforms, and insurance sector reform.
While PEEPA was tasked with leading the privatisation exercise as custodians of the policy, he explained, adding that the implementation of denationalisation option was approved by Cabinet.
Georgiades, presenting the state's budgetary plan for 2019, stressed the need for the partial denationalisation of the Authority in order for it to be able to face commercial challenges in the telecommunications field.
In this article, we examine the denationalisation laws introduced in each of the three countries and analyse the extent to which each law served these symbolic and security justifications.
Riyadh Airports Company, a financially and administratively independent enterprise, is handling the denationalisation.
By offering a choice of distributor, we will make the system more competitive." Having resolved the two- day deadlock with the coal unions, Goyal is confident about turning things around, "There is no intention of denationalisation of CIL.
According to the Iranian Privatisation Organisation, the Education Ministry had the lowest amount of denationalisation, with just 0.01 per cent of the total, the Mehr News Agency reported.
He further maintained that the JI had strongly opposed the denationalisation of the KESC at that time and giving the national institution to the private sector.
She began the project that Cameron et al are now competing; denationalisation though she would never have dared to dismantle the NHS.
Lydia Louise Dingle Jackson Yes, denationalisation was a great thing.
Dubbed 'Mr Privatisation' after becoming a major figure in the Government's denationalisation programme, his career hit the rocks when he tried to extend the principles to health and social security.
The Tory health minister, Andrew Lansley, has only put the health denationalisation issue on hold until after local elections, hoping for a clearer mandate to go ahead.