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government-sponsored

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  • Why does the historian think they were called "government-sponsored enterprises"?

    Gingrich of Freddie Mac

  • That allowed the mortgage-finance companies, formerly known as government-sponsored enterprises, or GSEs, to borrow at lower rates than private-sector competitors.

    Gingrich Backed Freddie in 2007 Interview

  • That would help prevent a situation where mounting needs of Fannie and Freddie—known as the government-sponsored entities, or GSEs—threaten the stability of the mortgage market, a concern as no alternative housing finance system will likely be in place for years.

    Betting on Fannie, Freddie

  • Fannie and Freddie, the so-called government-sponsored enterprises or GSEs, could be one policy lever.

    U.S. Tackles Housing Slump

  • In that 4-year-old interview with Freddie Mac, posted before the company was overwhelmed by its investments in risky mortgages, Gingrich was robust in his praise of the business model, suggesting that NASA would have been able to send men to Mars if it had the same business model as Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, known as government-sponsored enterprises.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Today more than 7,600 of them live in Turkish government-sponsored camps.

    NYT > Home Page

  • About 7,600 refugees live in Turkish government-sponsored camps near the border.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In both the U.S. and Germany, government-sponsored employment programs were in large part directed toward military purposes.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • At government-sponsored public forums designed to address the demands of East German citizens, many youth asked why Hollywood movies—especially music films with “hits”—were not allowed, why East German fashions were below Western standards, and why jeans and other tight pants were not available in the GDR.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • NIAC was the leanest of all government-sponsored organizations; it was designed to be a “virtual” institute, composed of a four-person staff occupying offices near Georgia Tech and connected electronically to a network of top scientists throughout the country.

    Should NIAC be Revived? - NASA Watch

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