use privatisation in a sentence.
To all those who were against Telstra’s privatisation: this is why you were wrong.
Whether or not you think privatisation was a good thing.
Well, I am from Slovakia and the privatisation lead to 10-15 of Mafia-style capitalism.
It's not privatisation that was the mistake, it was the half-hearted politically timid way it was carried out that left Telstra as an effectively monopolist entity with the regulatory environment to help it remain one.
What you describe is the privatisation of CCTV.
For me, the problem is creeping privatisation.
Not to mention the giants coming from privatisation of previous publicly owned industries – e.
This resonates particularly wrt what has happened in the UK to the health, electricity and rail sectors, where privatisation, or movement thereto, has created a vast class of white collar jobs whose only function is to administer the labyrinth of utterly pointless complexity that imposing a market model onto these sectors has introduced.
I'm sure that the privatisations of the 1990s went horribly wrong.
Just some facts of pre-privatisation: it typically took 6-12 months for bit to install a landline when it was state owned.
I think government malaise and/or regulation vs privatisation is a real balancing act.
This is an insightful point that those who push for austerity measures and privatisation always seem to miss.
It's not so much the market forces as the way the privatisation was structured, and the perverse incentives that were created.