Denationalization is also known as "privatization".
A recent example of denationalization can be found in the formerly government-owned Japan Post Group. This group of companies provided postal services, banking and insurance products in Japan. However, the group was unable to turn a profit under government management. As part of an ongoing campaign to cut government spending, the Japan Post Group was denationalized by the Japanese government.
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Denationalization — De*na tion*al*i*za tion, n. [Cf. F. d[ e]nationalisation.] The act or process of denationalizing. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
denationalization — (Amer.) n. privatization, act of removing from government control or ownership; changing an industry from state or public ownership to private ownership; (Politics) deprivation of national rights (also denationalisation) … English contemporary dictionary
denationalization — denationalize de‧na‧tion‧al‧ize [diː næʆnəlaɪz] also denationalise verb [transitive] to sell a business or industry that is owned by the state, so that it is owned privately; = PRIVATIZE: • There was no attempt to denationalize the giant state… … Financial and business terms
denationalization — denationalize (also denationalise) ► VERB ▪ transfer from public to private ownership. DERIVATIVES denationalization noun … English terms dictionary
denationalization — noun see denationalize … New Collegiate Dictionary
denationalization — See denationalize. * * * … Universalium
denationalization — noun The act or process of denationalizing, of removing from government control … Wiktionary
denationalization — privatization … Accounting dictionary
denationalization — See privatization … Big dictionary of business and management
denationalization — An alternative term for *privatization … Auditor's dictionary