reprivatization

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reprivatization

(ˌriːpraɪvətaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

reprivatisation

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the action or process of reprivatizing, or an instance thereof
Translations

reprivatization

n (Econ) → Reprivatisierung f
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He has worked on administrative proceedings connected with the development process, reprivatisation claims, and landmark protection law.
The union claims the reprivatisation of Northern and TransPennine Express services will lead to over a billion pounds leaking out of railways in the North to subsidise foreign railways and shareholder dividends.
Its reprivatisation was bitterly opposed by trade unions, with Labour also questioning the decision.
However Mr Horne would not be drawn on the ideological argument that Labour and the Conservatives have had over the reprivatisation of a service that had successfully returned more than PS1bn to the public purse in five years of nationalisation, saying that he'd "leave the politics to the politicians.
PLANS were announced this week for direct train services to London from Teesside following the reprivatisation of the East Coast mainline.
RBS said Hester had overseen the first phase of the bank's transformation through its balance sheet reforms, but the board wanted someone new to manage the second phase of reprivatisation.
Labour and rail unions have questioned the need for reprivatisation, arguing that DOR is returning a high level of money to the Department of Transport and receives a lower taxpayer subsidy than others.
The acquisition of TT improves Eurobank's liquidity profile and its reprivatisation prospects, adding to doubts on whether a suspended merger with its peer, National Bank (NBG), will go ahead.
This strategy will focus on reprivatisation of banks falling under the control of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund and rationalisation of banks' foreign investments.
While addressing the audience on banking he also claimed reprivatisation "now looks a very long way off, unless at an unacceptable loss".
Dans le cadre du suivi de cette operation de reprivatisation, les deux regulateurs ont etudie, chacun en ce qui le concerne, les consequences et les mesures a prendre suite a ce changement de majorite.