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Synonyms for nationalization

the action of forming or becoming a nation

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the action of rendering national in character

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changing something from private to state ownership or control

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2) Would you like to see a wholesale renationalisation of the railways?
Even though he espouses policies which are hugely popular, like the renationalisation of the railways and fuel industries, he doesn't have the necessary skills to govern Britain.
The CEOs of major European renewable energy companies are calling on European Union's leaders to commit to national binding targets for renewables for 2030, warning against the renationalisation of energy policies and a lack of investor confidence.
Condemning "repeated subsidies, such as partial renationalisation of European companies, whether that is via European states or by state companies outside the EU," it called for "the European Commission to ban such tactics for bypassing competition rules".
Many companies bought from the Egyptian government by Gulf Arab investors are at risk of renationalisation.
Renationalisation of YPF has failed to stop the annual winter crisis of gas supply, which has caused feedstock shortages for the petrochemicals industry.
The government-owned carrier has promised to acquire 20 additional 737-800s, growing a narrowbody fleet which has previously been renewed from renationalisation in 2008.
Only one of the rulings, related to the renationalisation of Omar Effendi, one of Egypt's oldest department store chains, has been implemented so far, hence the verdict of a one-year suspended jail sentence for Kandil.
The German banking supervisor said that a renationalisation measure as proposed by the US could lead to a situation where other countries follow suit - leading to a potential fragmentation of the financial market.
Venting their anger over high electricity bills, protesters demanded the government's resignation and renationalisation of power distributors.
Posted by Corus worker Richard Caddy, who has worked for 14 years at Teesside House, the petition dismissed the pounds 5m offered by government for retraining and instead called for renationalisation of the industry.
Delegates refused, however, to go as far as committing to renationalisation of the railways, defeating a bid by Montgomeryshire MP Lembit Opik for the party to consider bringing rail services back under public ownership.
Only 23 per cent of us support continued privatisation, according to a survey of over 1,000 members of the public for the Rail Maritime and Transport union, which also reveals that seven out of ten respondents back renationalisation.
Argentina's parliament has approved a full renationalisation of Aerolineas Argentinas.
The charges against the Kremlin critic, and subsequent demand for huge back taxes from Yukos, led to the effective renationalisation of the oil giant, which was taken over by the state oil company Rosneft.