forces and the nationalisation of foreign-based export companies', in ibid. xiv, i, to the extent that nationalisation and indigenisation have been successfully.
natural monopoly. some industries that have been privatised become so-called natural monopolies, whereby entry into the market is so costly
most popular attacks against the existing system have been directed against its distributive side. the success of private industry in causing an unprecedented
is nationalization a success? it is very easy to praise or to blame the nationalized industries. the controversy cannot in fact be settled. without some criteria
in his successful 1932 presidential bid, franklin d. roosevelt railed against the monstrosity of private utility holding companies and argued
many nationalised industries; where privatisation was not considered instructions to make the railways cost-effective, and by the establish- ment of a number
from utility providers to rail companies and airlines, history would has also seen government ownership in their less successful past, but the
though the policy successfully lowered the high unemployment rate at the time, detractors would argue that many of the nationalised industries
critics of the pharmaceutical industry say it is misaligned with public interest. to manage the downsides, and here britain has a proud record of success.
network rail, 2002. the last privatisation by the conservative government in 1996 created a complex system of companies to run the
to permanently seize companies, strategic industries or not, would require amendment of our constitution, not a law. can companies be seized? the short answer
of the hydrocarbon industry has been a huge economic success. 92 percent of voters supported nationalizing bolivia's gas and 87 percent
entered its second decade as a nationalised industry. now after eleven years further proportion were near the end of their effective life and consequently were
out of time: the case for nationalizing the fossil fuel industry that has in the past been successful in overcoming social and economic unrest:
the nationalisation of the electricity industry was supported as a means of even if the inter-war success of the national grid in britain had indicated that their
this is a list of industries, services, products, or companies that have been nationalized by renault was successful and profitable whilst nationalised and remains successful today, after having been partially privatized in 1996. france
how will effective co-ordination be achieved? the nationalization of some industries, coal and electricity for example, has been supported by strong arguments
once the oil industry structure changed, oil-producing countries were more likely to succeed in nationalizing their oil supplies. the development of opec
in 1971 the government of guyana nationalised the demerara bauxite. company subsidiary companies in guyana, jamaica and trinidad. by 1970, north ment of guyana have not been successful . . . it is not the right of.
many industries and utilities that had been nationalised in the attlee a value on the company as was consistent with a successful share sale,
of minor concessions; and the success of the oil companies to get away with these minor concessions was entirely due to their complete control over the refining.
successful claim are those based in a jurisdiction that is party to a treaty with the nationalised water companies. nationalising multiple industries in one act.
nationalized industries, an administrative practice has been established in the public again, the establishment of the public board proved to be successful.
i would say it depends. it depends on the type of industry, and it depends on how you define economic success. for example, in the u.s.: for most of its history (
import substitution industrialization (isi) is a trade and economic policy that advocates in latin american countries in which isi was most successful, it was that allowed post-colonial states to nationalise industries and retain the profits from