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public sector

the part of an economy that consists of state-owned institutions, including nationalized industries and services provided by local authorities
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Other residents requested government intervention as they needed water supply urgently amid the drought.
A report by the European Central Bank has said that government intervention in the banking sector in Cyprus has resulted in irreversible losses, which could work out to about 10.
For Stigler (1971), Smith's views of beneficial government intervention contradict his premise that all men are self-interested and that self-interest in markets leads to good outcomes.
While Fitch believes the risk of government intervention impacting the credit quality of the broader Australian corporate universe to be low, the discussions surrounding the NBN, and the potential implementation of a new "Resources Super Profits Tax" (RSPT) on the mining sector, are evidence that government intervention could be significant," he added.
What the survey analysis reveals is that, "Health disparities between economic groups received the broadest support for government intervention, while racial disparities in health received the least support for government intervention.
Closer collaboration between retailers and suppliers on the mechanics of promotions was required to avoid government intervention on minimum pricing, he warned.
are major supporters of government intervention into the medical marketplace.
Synopsis: Gallup finds that a median of 78% of respondents in 10 European countries support government intervention in the financial sector during times of economic crisis.
Government stimulus and initiatives alone won't fix the economy, but the multitude of programs should ease the flow of credit, according to a new report on government intervention from Marcus & Millichap, "Government Intervention, Bank Stress Tests Aim to Restore Confidence -- Will Measures Be Enough?
The CML predicts there will be 75,000 repossessions this year, although homeowners in Wales appear better protected than those elsewhere in the UK thanks to Government intervention, according to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Debating group The Huddersfield Salon tackles Broken Communities and Government intervention when it meets at 6pm on Tuesday, February 24.
THE origins of the Department of Work and Pensions go back to 1893, when the Employment Department was created amid a surge of industrial disputes and mounting pressure for Government intervention.

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