denationalize denationalize  /dɪ ˈnæ ʃə nə ˌlaɪz/


  • (v) put under private control or ownership


  1. Last March a right-wing coalition that promised to denationalize companies and promote business won control of the National Assembly.
  2. They promised, for example, to denationalize the steel industry if the Labor government makes good its pledge to renationalize it.
  3. He launched campaigns to denationalize steel and to increase electric power, cut 200,000 functionless functionaries from the government payroll.


  • Bitcoin Is Recognized As "Legal Tender" In Germany

    Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog , We should have competition in the production of money. I have long been a proponent of Friedrich August von Hayek scheme to denationalize money. Bitcoins are a first step in this direction.   - Frank Schaeffler, member of German parliament’s Finance Committee The story of the German Finance Ministry stating Bitcoin is essentially “legal ...
    on August 20, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge

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