Traducción de privatize en Español:


privatizar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈprʌɪvətʌɪz//ˈpraɪvəˌtaɪz/

verbo transitivo

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    • Successive governments pared back the public sector, privatising industries and services throughout the country.
    • They will be expected to privatise services such as water and will have to open their markets to foreign goods.
    • The postal officials reportedly supported Koso as an opponent of government plans to privatize postal services.
    • The National Party has a record of attempting to privatise some services in the health system.
    • This is because it is privatising the nationalised industries and services and doing everything in its power to attract foreign investment.
    • It has come right in the case of the fruit industry, but that industry is largely privatised.
    • While privatised industry has its merits, I feel Primeco should not take over the local post office.
    • The rate increase was a preparation for plans to privatize electrical service.
    • The government already has privatized pensions, telephone service, and electricity.
    • He acknowledges that provision of health care has been reduced as governments privatise services.
    • As its reward, the union was granted coverage of the workers in the newly privatised industry.
    • Wisconsin has privatized the administration of welfare benefits.
    • Costa Rica, which had held back over concerns about privatizing public industries, was brought into the accord in January.
    • After the fall of the socialist government, many inefficient industries were privatized.
    • They are on the boards of banks and industrial firms and privatised service providers and many more.
    • Have you noticed how everyone smiles more since I privatised the dental service?
    • They were protesting against the New Labour council's decision to privatise the home care service.
    • Plus, government coffers will feel the pinch from the planned slowdown in privatizing state-owned businesses.
    • Even down south it is not, in that sense, a truly privatised industry, because it is not truly free.
    • These poorer countries had no choice but to accept privatized municipal services as a way of ensuring they'd pay back their loans.