privatisation


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Noun1.privatisation - changing something from state to private ownership or control
social control - control exerted (actively or passively) by group action
Translations
magánosításprivatizáció
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ISLAMABAD -- The Privatisation Commission (PC) board on Monday agreed to initiate the process of privatising 10 more entities including three power sector and two blue-chip firms and gave directives for the recovery of Rs142 billion worth of dues.
ISLAMABAD -- The Cabinet Committee on Privatisation (CCoP) on Thursday removed Pakistan National Shipping Corporation, Port Qasim Authority and Karachi Port Trust from the privatisation list due to the strategic importance and profitability of these entities.
ISLAMABAD -- The Cabinet Committee on Privatisation on Thursday removed Pakistan National Shipping Corporation, Port Qasim Authority and Karachi Port Trust from the privatisation list due to the strategic importance and profitability of these entities.
ISLAMABAD -- The incumbent government has planned to complete the privatisation of two newly-established RLNG-based power plants with production capacity of more than 2,400 megawatts in next fiscal year.
Gaborone City councillors have unanimously rejected the idea of privatisation, saying it was tantamount to selling Botswana.
In order to enhance value creation for the economy, Oman is planning to expedite an effective privatisation programme for government owned enterprises (GOEs), generating around RO700mn by 2021.
The State Audit Office has called on the Economics Ministry to improve management of the Latvian Privatisation Agency (LPA), to assess contribution of the LPA board towards attaining the agency's goals, and also suggested that the ministry should consider setting a specific deadline for completion of the privatisation process.
ISLAMABAD -- The Privatisation Commission has appointed financial advisers for the divestment of State Life Insurance Corporation (SLIC) and for the privatisation of the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Bank Limited.
This was stated by the Federal Minister for Privatisation Jam Muhammad Yousuf, while chairing his maiden briefing in the Privatisation Commission on Monday.
This book critical examines the practice and the process of privatisation in Pakistan which started by the early 90's and resurge in the first decade of twenty first century.