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Economics of Nationalisation A2 Microeconomics November 2009
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The public-private sector mix Private sector Listed companies e.g. FTSE 100, FTSE250 Public sector State owned and/or state operated businesses Government may have ‘controlling share’ 1980s and 1990s – wholesale privatisation 2000 onwards – some reversal of this Is the age of privatisation drawing to a close?
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UK Public Sector Businesses Sector Examples Finance RBS Northern Rock Lloyds-TSB Banking Group Transport Network Rail East Coast Rail Dartford Crossing Channel Tunnel Rail Link Utilities British Nuclear Fuels Royal Mail The Tote National Health Service Student Loan Book BBC
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Nationalization in the UK news
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Nationalisation overseas
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Other examples of state ownership in overseas economies Hypo Real Estate (Germany) Fortis (Netherlands) Kiwi Rail (New Zealand) AIG (US) General Motors (US) Bolivian energy company (Bol)
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course ECO 51844 taught by Professor Sabet during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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