"privatisation" Spanish translation
This has nothing to do with deregulation, liberalisation or privatisation.
For the former, this privatisation has not led to the improvements previously heralded.
The privatisation of public companies, including banks, is on the agenda.
To my mind, privatisation is often the first step towards liberalisation.
I would like to make the distinction between liberalisation and privatisation.
Nor must we forget that liberalization of the market does not mean privatization.
In my view, there are other models of liberalization that do not include privatization.
Let me say it again quite clearly, we have not brought up the question of privatization.
In this respect privatization should not be regarded in too ideological a way.
The privatization programme is stagnant and the level of investment is very low.
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Usage examples for "privatisation" in Spanish
Liberalisation and competition are the Commission's concern, but not privatisation.
The demand for adaptation to the EMU and privatisation is much too general.
In general, I am not opposed to privatisation and nor is my political group.
Important laws have also been adopted on foreign investment and on privatisation.
And what about the concentration of the financial sector through privatization?
Nevertheless, privatisation and restructuring in this sector deserve special attention.
There were also positive developments in the privatisation of the banking system.
If privatization takes place, I have no idea how Guadeloupe will light its streets and houses!
This report contains a very interesting section - section 62 - that discusses privatisation.
The Miller report welcomes the Commission’ s proposals for the privatisation of public utilities.
It is not, as some say, a privatisation of meat inspection.
I have nothing against liberalisation and privatisation, but the premises must be right.
What has the effect of liberalisation and privatisation been on those who are marginalised?
Funds gained by privatisation have often disappeared from these countries in a questionable manner.
It is a shame that we have not discussed the enormous cutbacks and extensive privatisation in these areas.
Enormous progress has also been made on privatisation: 80 per cent of the economy is now in the private sector.
This matter is particularly relevant to investments in privatisation conducted by Member States.
For example, not a word has been said about the disastrous consequences of rail privatisation in the United Kingdom.
This is, moreover, what we have seen, ladies and gentlemen, with the privatisation of specific key sectors in Africa.
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