- adj. Of or pertaining to the private sector.
- private + sector (Wiktionary)
“It hinted that the debt talks—known as private-sector involvement, or PSI—could overturn the financial benefits of the deal.”
“The debate over making bondholders contribute to the new funding package for Greece—known as private-sector involvement, or PSI—divided euro-zone countries.”
“Mr. Monti said this so-called private-sector participation, which had been agreed upon by Ms. Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy at a meeting in Deauville last year, was a "mistake.”
“Mr. Weber: I don't see a lot of Greek debt being held by what I would call private-sector participants.”
“Speaking to reporters at the annual ECB Watchers conference in Frankfurt, Mr. Stark called private-sector involvement "a political issue for political reasons, not for economic reasons.”
“Immediately after the euro zone summit, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the initial €109-billion $153-billion portion of the Greek deal included €50-billion in so-called "private-sector involvement," or markdowns and extensions on Greek debt held by private creditors.”
“The annual rate of decline in Irish private-sector deposits was 10.5 percent at the end of September, according to that nation's central bank.”
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