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renationalization

Definitions

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  • noun A nationalization of something which had previously been nationalized and then privatized

Etymologies

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re- +‎ nationalization or renationalize +‎ -ation

Examples

  • Faced with the "renationalization" of policy agendas in Europe, Russia has advanced only long-term initiatives for the summit and will deal bilaterally in everything else, said

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  • But then those who had come to see Putin as an economic liberal were taken aback by the crude expropriation of Yukos and renationalization of profitable private firms.

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  • But then those who had come to see Putin as an economic liberal were taken aback by the crude expropriation of Yukos and renationalization of profitable private firms.

    The Return

  • But then those who had come to see Putin as an economic liberal were taken aback by the crude expropriation of Yukos and renationalization of profitable private firms.

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  • For instance, it is true that Putin has reduced the role of parliament, increased state control over the media, and overseen the renationalization of two major oil companies.

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  • For instance, it is true that Putin has reduced the role of parliament, increased state control over the media, and overseen the renationalization of two major oil companies.

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  • It probably did not help that the government had turned to renationalization, using criminal prosecutions and tax claims to force private entrepreneurs out of their companies.

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  • It probably did not help that the government had turned to renationalization, using criminal prosecutions and tax claims to force private entrepreneurs out of their companies.

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  • On “renationalization of the entire energy sector,” see below.

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  • On “renationalization of the entire energy sector,” see below.

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