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the part of an economy that consists of state-owned institutions, including nationalized industries and services provided by local authorities
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The statement from Coventry MPJim Cunningham MP said: "This saga has gone on for too long and we need Government intervention to ensure that our city's football team continues to play within our city.
In a case study of the maize and sugar market, the World Bank argued in a policy paper in 2015 that government intervention inflated the prices of the two commodities by 20 percent.
New Delhi [India], Sep 07 ( ANI ): Fuel prices have once again gone up on Friday morning in Delhi and Mumbai, strengthening the demand for government intervention among commuters.
In this study, we examine the effects of government intervention on the investment allocations of firms in China.
Short-term direct government interventions could include putting in place price controls and extending subsidies to stop the surge in prices and discourage profiteering, according to University of Asia and the Pacific School of Economics Dean Cid Terosa.
Provision of equitable transport, solid waste disposal and domestic water supply for the poor should be priority sectors for government intervention since they seem to be at the nexus of multiple modes of violent behaviours,' she said.
"Government intervention is a flexible statement," said Elizalde, adding that the POC under Cojuangco is sure to make an appeal.
The complaint alleged that certain banks and other financial institutions defrauded the federal government of $137 billion in connection with the government intervention in equity markets in late 2008.
The FCC's proceeding, however, has encouraged pay TV providers to advocate for government intervention in the free market in order to tilt the negotiating table in their favor, stresses NAB: "For the multichannel video programming distributors this proceeding is solely about encouraging government intervention in the marketplace."
It gains popularity throughout the world especially in the developing and the under developing countries, where most of the time free expression of opinion become difficult because of the government intervention. Bangladesh, like the other developing and under developing countries, is not feeling well with the free flow of information or opinion through the social media or Facebook.
Figures show that government intervention has caused losses for Cyprus.
A large body of research demonstrates that this relationship is driven by economic self-interest, especially with respect to preferences for government intervention (Durr 1993; Jaeger 2006, 2013; Liibker 2007; Meltzer and Richard 1981).

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