nationalisation : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the action of forming or becoming a nation
- n the action of rendering national in character
- n changing something from private to state ownership or control
- Richardson also has a good essay on nationalisation, in which he said this: "In a recent conversation, Myron Scholes told me he was also in favour of nationalisation as long as .
- Opposition to putting the Government in business, to nationalisation of public utilities.
- One effect of the way the quasi-nationalisation is structured is that US institutions may well suffer more than foreign ones.
News & Articles
- Bank of Ireland net interest margin jumps dramatically
By Padraic Halpin DUBLIN (Reuters) - Bank of Ireland's (ISE:BIR) net interest margin rose dramatically in the first half of the year as the only Irish lender to escape nationalisation declared itself a ...
Aug. 2, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Finance
- David Cameron in BBC News
Mr Cameron told reporters: "The nationalisation of Northern Rock is a disaster for the British taxpayer, a disaster for this government and a disaster for our country."
- Lindsey Graham in The Canberra Times
We should be focusing on what works,Lindsey Graham, a Republican senator from South Carolina, told the Financial Times. "We cannot keep pouring good money after bad. If nationalisation is what works, then we should do it."
- Moammar Gadhafi in GulfNews
Oil-exporting countries may move towards nationalisation because of the rapidly declining prices. This is put on the table and is being discussed seriously,Gaddafi said through an interpreter.