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private

Law, Politics of, relating to, or provided by a private individual or organization, rather than by the state or a public body
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I was lucky to be able to go private. But many children don't have that option."
"If people do opt out and go private, what that does is to relieve the pressure on the health service for everybody else," he added, speaking on Radio Five Live's Pienaar's Politics.
Because many PTP firms tend to use a high degree of leverage to finance their transactions, the availability of credit affected a company's ability to go private, making credit market conditions a pertinent factor (Bharath and Dittmar, 2010).
After Dell announced its intention to go private, HP launched a campaign to pry away Dell's customers.
Summary: Shares of Dell climbed in premarket trading Tuesday on reports the personal computer maker is nearing a deal to go private worth between $23 billion and $24 billion.
That's not an uncommon pop for stocks that try to go private. Two economists at Oxford University in Great Britain looked at all the companies that went private through an LBO from 2003 to 2008.
NHS hospitals are deliberately increasing waiting times so some patients will go private or die before they are seen, according to a new report.
Dubai China Security and Surveillance Technology (CSST), a Chinese firm listed on Nasdaq Dubai, got a waiver from Dubai Financial Services Authority's (DFSA) takeover rules to go private.
Consequently, its provisions may have motivated firms to go private rather than incur the explicit and implicit costs of complying with the law's requirements.
Despite the low agency cost due to the concentrated ownership structure, the propensity of Hong Kong-listed firms to go private still increases with the level o f free cash flow.
THOUSANDS of patients are facing a desperate scramble to find a new NHS dentist after yet another of the region's practices announced plans to go private.
I have already had to pay to have a private MRI scan because the estimated wait was quoted as up to 12 months, then I had to pay to go private to see a consultant for a diagnosis and referral for surgery because again the wait to see a consultant was estimated at six to nine months.