Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of rendering mutual; specifically, the act of making an insurance company a mutual company. See mutual, 4.
“They have explored new forms of resource-sharing ( "mutualization") and the "hybridizing" the integrated use of spaces and services.”
“He added that if proposals to strengthen economic governance work, the mutualization of euro-zone debt won't be necessary.”
“Standard Life/Resolution Taking a company out of mutualization has been a popular wheeze.”
“The euro crisis can only be dealt with by some combination of inflation and debt mutualization.”
“As Germany stands in the way of mutualization, all that remains is inflation.”
“Such a huge holding of southern countries' debt could amount to a de facto mutualization of euro zone debt risk, potentially heightening a political backlash in northern Europe.”
“They may be concerned about the deal's cumbersome enforcement mechanisms; they are also wary about the absence of any mutualization of euro zone sovereign debt - the creation of the so-called "euro bonds.”
“The only way to go is to pursue more mutualization and harmonization of our policies.”
“The bank's European growth estimate "is conditional on major policy changes in the region, probably involving a partial 'mutualization' of the existing debt stock supported by the ECB," the Goldman Sachs economists wrote.”
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