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  • verb Present participle of nationalise.

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Examples

  • Some critics blame Gono, an ally of President Robert Mugabe, for many of the policies that have wrecked an economy that was once one of Africa's strongest, and have doubted his commitment to reversing steps such as nationalising companies.

    Mail & Guardian Online

  • Some critics blame Gono, an ally of President Robert Mugabe, for many of the policies that have wrecked an economy that was once one of Africa's strongest, and have doubted his commitment to reversing steps such as nationalising companies.

    Mail & Guardian Online

  • Some critics blame Gono, an ally of President Robert Mugabe, for many of the policies that have wrecked an economy that was once one of Africa's strongest, and have doubted his commitment to reversing steps such as nationalising companies.

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  • Rather than simply "nationalising" the weakest banks and taking over their bad debt, it has preferred to create an elaborate system of incentives for private investors.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • Some critics blame Gono, an ally of President Robert Mugabe, for many of the policies that have wrecked an economy that was once one of Africa's strongest, and have doubted his commitment to reversing steps such as nationalising companies.

    News24

  • They would heartily endorse his suggestion for "nationalising" the Amarnath route, thereby excluding the local Muslims who have acted as hosts and guides of the pilgrims for a century and a half, and also for settling the ousted Pandits in an exclusive area in Kashmir.

    Communalism Watch

  • They opposed 'nationalising' Northern Rock - and we've seen the Republicans repeat the trick in the past week.

    PoliticalHackUK

  • The state supporting an new possibly ailing parastatal could only be bad for the economy (to the people he is championing there would immediately be less monetary state support not to mention - I'm digressing but I struggle to think of too many investors who like the idea of nationalising a part of the private sector.

    Guardian Online

  • "nationalising" the Irish railways, whether by the credit of the United

    Against Home Rule (1912) The Case for the Union

  • Labour had moved heaven and earth to avoid nationalising Northern Rock; it had no clear idea what to do with those banks it did take into quasi-public ownership, and it showed less appetite for curbing the excesses of the City than either of the other main parties.

    Cuts offer Ed Miliband an open goal

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