centralising : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make central
- a tending to draw to a central point
News & Articles
- Germany, France split over EU banks plan
BERLIN/PARIS - (Reuters) - Germany and France were split on Friday over European Union plans for a new agency to wind down troubled banks, with Berlin saying they go too far in centralising control in ...
July 12, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Finance
- Paddy Tomkins in BBC News
Mr Tomkins added: "Certainly as an efficiency measure, centralising provision within and across forces merits consideration (with or without privatisation), as does the possible role of the Scottish Police Services Authority in managing or procuring...
- Helen Zille in Independent Online
DA leader Helen Zille said: "It's an absolute disgrace that the president of the ANC Youth League has no understanding at all of the constitution and the rule of law. He is so obsessed with centralising and abusing power. He equates absolute power...
- Christophe in Guardian Unlimited
For the first time this year, ITF is centralising doping tests from the ATP, the WTA and the Grand Slam tournaments,French Open chief officer Christophe Proust told Reuters on Wednesday.