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Synonyms for subsidization

money or property used to produce more wealth

Synonyms for subsidization

money (or other benefits) obtained as a subsidy

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Preliminary studies, he added, show that Bahrain provides most of those services and basic commodities on subsidization basis and at lower prices than all the countries in the region.
Zhou claimed that the company's LED backlights save 18% more energy, above the 17% required by the subsidization program.
The act provided $375 million for HMO development and subsidization of HMO premiums and required private employers with 25 employees or more to offer HMOs.
The Caux Round Table (CRT) group welcomes the recent decision 'to seek an end to national subsidization of agricultural production', made at the Doha Round of negotiations on trade liberalization.
According to officials, the project involves the introduction of 10,000 natural gas-powered taxicabs as well as subsidization through PTT Public Company, Ltd.
IPP said the title covers overlapping policy areas that are shaping the framework of European, American and global antitrust law and policy, including cross-border litigation, international enforcement, trade policy, subsidization, market access and related issues that arise from global business and investment.
Three mobile operators is unusual in a country with a mobile penetration of 61% and around 30 million mobile subscribers--but together with the subsidization ban this has paved the way to three financially healthy mobile operators.
If we really want to talk about affordability, we've got to look at subsidization.
Massive ethanol subsidization is another political stratagem pushed by the White House and leading Midwest lawmakers, led by Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.
The determination of foreign subsidization is done by the U.
Topics covered include: the effects of competition on hospital costs; the necessity of HCFA payments for supporting HMO participation in Medicare Managed Care; the impact of Medicare on health care utilization; the subsidization of health insurance and the uninsured; and the public oversight role in hospital ownership conversions.
There is no subsidization of less productive partners, so it is very responsive to market conditions.
Before an action may be taken against dumped or unfairly subsidized goods, the affected Jamaican industry must provide information and supporting evidence that demonstrate not only that dumping or WTO- inconsistent subsidization has occurred, but also that "material injury" resulted.
Recent Public Forum letters take issue with our City Council's withdrawing city subsidization of any activities of the Boy Scouts of America.
Conservative politicians in Japan, like the Italian Christian Democrats (DC) for much of the 1970s and 1980s, could well retain power by exceptionally generous subsidization of their core constituents through generous doles from the public treasury.