nonsubsidized

nonsubsidized

(ˌnɒnˈsʌbsɪˌdaɪzd) or

nonsubsidised

adj
not subsidized
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Unlike the subsidized LPG which requires Nu 1,450 to be paid as security deposit, nonsubsidized LPG costs Nu 1,650.
should look instead to nonsubsidized, nonprofit organizations that
If the employer offers benefits to its nonsubsidized employees, the client can receive the same or similar benefits financed by the wage subsidy.
Department of Housing and Urban Development, measures how soon privately financed, nonsubsidized, unfurnished units in buildings with five or more units are rented or sold (absorbed) after completion.
yards by providing construction subsidies to traditionally nonsubsidized U.
For example, higher-priced, nonsubsidized, and taxed fuels are diluted with smuggled lower-priced or subsidized fuels.
121 The private health care sector provides services on a nonsubsidized, fee-for-service basis, and mainly serves for those who can afford to pay.
This currency exchange is unavoidable to buy nonsubsidized products sold in the state-controlled markets, Tiendas Recaudadoras de Divisas (TRD).
Cuba under validated license controls, except for nonsubsidized food,
Begin with Figure 3, which illustrates banks' supply and demand curves for funding in a fully competitive, nonsubsidized environment.
Differences in cost sharing under Part D derive from three sources: subsidized versus nonsubsidized enrollment status, Part D plan type and cost sharing schedules, and benefit phase.
Rather, it prohibits subsidies that distort trade by causing material injury or serious prejudice to industries in other countries (for example, by suppressing prices or displacing imports of nonsubsidized products).