quasigovernmental love



from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Having a certain degree of funding or influence from the government.


quasi- +‎ governmental (Wiktionary)


  • The Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corp. of Japan, a quasigovernmental body heading JAL's restructuring, earlier said that it plans to recover its ¥350 billion capital injection through the public offering.

    JAL Plans IPO to Raise at Least $6.5 Billion

  • In typical dirt-bond deals, quasigovernmental districts are established that collect taxes from the new homeowners and use those proceeds to pay off bondholders.

    Investments Muddy Dirt-Bond Holders

  • For the past three seasons, the quasigovernmental organization set lofty production goals but came up short.

    Trouble Brews in Colombia

  • In March, a Chinese quasigovernmental mining agency signed a preliminary agreement to acquire iron-ore-miner Itaminas Comercio de Minerios SA in Brazil for about $1.2 billion, while India's Essar Group agreed to acquire U.S. coal producer Trinity Coal for $600 million Macarthur is a major exporter of pulverized coal, which has seen its price soar in recent months.

    Macarthur: Xstrata Approached Shareholder

  • While the anarchists suspected global corporations, Corsi saw the hand of world leaders and quasigovernmental organizations; and while the radicals focused on the integrating economy, the reactionaries feared unified government.

    Interstate 69

  • Another draft law before parliament would put hefty restrictions on the media, requiring all journalists to be licensed by a quasigovernmental body that would also have final say over all hiring of journalists by domestic media organizations.

    Iraq's Maliki Seeks Tighter Media Grip

  • The quasigovernmental agency is California's largest workers 'compensation insurer, covering one in four California businesses and collecting $1.7 billion in premiums last year.

    Repairing an Agency's Credibility

  • This has the potential to spark unintended consequences across the auto and banking markets, similar to the quasigovernmental meddlings of Fannie and Freddie.

    Get Ready: You Will Own GMAC, Too

  • The company, once seen as a kind of quasigovernmental bureaucracy, adapted what one executive called a “nimble trading-oriented approach.”

    The Prize

  • Switzerland Imagine a country of just a few banking giants, whose size and economic importance are so critical to the country's success that they become almost quasigovernmental in nature.

    The Street's Future

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