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  • v  secure the assistance of by granting a subsidy, as of nations or military forces
  • v  support through subsidies
  • s  having partial financial support from public funds

  • Favouring Tibetans over Chinese: we've already given them both free education, subsidised health care and tax cuts.
  • Pharmaceuticals are bought in bulk through the government and the price to consumers is reduced and subsidised as a result.
  • Pharmeceuticals are bought in bulk through the government and the price to consumers is reduced and subsidised as a result.
News & Articles

  • Government and insurers agree flood damage plan
    By Sarah Mortimer London (Reuters) - A plan to guarantee affordable insurance for homes in Britain's flood-prone regions has taken a step forward after months of talks between insurers and the government. The "Flood Re" fund will replace an agreement which expires next month, under which insurers offer subsidised cover to some 200,000 flood-prone homes in exchange for a government pledge to ...
    June 27, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in The Times
    What gets people upset, and rightfully so, are executives being rewarded for failure, especially when those rewards are subsidised by US taxpayers,Obama said .
  • Willie Walsh in Euro2day
    In a statement BA chief executive Willie Walsh said the deal would "deliver short term gains for the subsidised American aviation industry."
  • Bill Gates in Frontline
    It makes no sense to educate people in our universities, often subsidised by US taxpayers, and then insist they return home,Gates said.

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