[ US /ˌdiˌnæʃənəɫɪˈzeɪʃən/ ]
- changing something from state to private ownership or control
How To Use denationalization In A Sentence
- So intense has been the heat generated by the vested interests opposing the denationalization of these two institutions that the matter has still not been sorted out.
- Government support will "help avoid a denationalization of the Brazilian retail segment," Mr. Diniz said in a television interview. Casino Fires at Carrefour in Fight Over Brazil Retailer
- On the one hand: economic freedom, unrestricted trade, denationalization. Ballardian » ‘Violence without end’: An Interview with J.G. Ballard
- This judgement will make them sleep soundly today" without fear of "denationalization," the publisher of Zimbabwe's last two fully independent newspapers said. ANC Daily News Briefing
- Various possibilities for denationalisation of the tobacco holding were discussed, a Government spokesperson said.
- One option was to make restructuring of the holding group part of the privatisation, which means that its denationalisation would be delayed.
- In the sphere of industry, denationalisation would begin with the light industries and those producing food.
- They have to say no to GM products and services until such time as the denationalization occurs. Charles J. Brown: Can We Make "Buying American" Cool Again?
- Scheindlin said international law clearly recognizes the arbitrary termination of the nationality of a citizen, known as denationalization, by a state actor as a tort in violation of customary international law. axisoflogic.com
- In the next sentence, however, we are told that the word "denationalization" may also be used for the non-coercive _process_ by which one nationality is assimilated with another. Introduction to the Science of Sociology