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23-01-2016 02:40:23  <asciilifeform>   see the su privatization thread again, if this does not make sense.

23-01-2016 02:27:25  <assbot>   Logged on 02-05-2014 03:15:33; asciilifeform: basic course on russian privatization. 'your formerly state-issued flat is now yours. you are a millionaire!' - 'neato. but my salary hasn't been paid in a year. gotta buy something to eat. what does dinner cost?' - 'half a million.'

23-01-2016 02:24:43  <assbot>   12 results for 'privatization' : http://s.b-a.link/?q=privatization

23-01-2016 02:24:42  <asciilifeform>   !s privatization

16-12-2015 22:34:26  <assbot>   Logged on 16-12-2015 20:50:39; ascii_field: like sov 'privatization' vouchers ?

16-12-2015 20:50:39  <ascii_field>   like sov 'privatization' vouchers ?

10-11-2015 03:46:52  <asciilifeform>   can't fault their logic though - if privatization of the rest of the shebang (from petro to fish) slid by without mass guillotinings, why not this.

10-11-2015 03:44:58  <asciilifeform>   which, unknown to most western folks, include outrages like privatization of classic sov. works incl. children's items which are still ubiquitous, etc

03-04-2015 17:14:22  <asciilifeform>   during 'privatization'

17-03-2015 03:46:54  <asciilifeform>   the 'privatization' of everything

17-02-2015 04:55:10  <mircea_popescu>   But now things are different. Not since the 1980s, and before that never, has there been this much M&A activity, share buybacks and privatization. While this boosts share prices in the short term, as privateers bid up the price in a takeover, there's a huge downstream cost: the company is no longer public. You don't get to profit from it unless you work for it. Each privatized company, or the private equity firm

20-01-2015 21:16:29  <asciilifeform>   'financial discipline' was the imf standard pill for all of eastern europe all through the 90s << it meant, simply, 'privatization' by usg shills.

09-01-2015 00:00:11  <mircea_popescu>   "At the heart of the controversy is a breakdown in public trust that reflects the dangers of corporate-led water privatization schemes in the United States and around the world."

02-05-2014 03:15:33  <asciilifeform>   basic course on russian privatization. 'your formerly state-issued flat is now yours. you are a millionaire!' - 'neato. but my salary hasn't been paid in a year. gotta buy something to eat. what does dinner cost?' - 'half a million.'

18-03-2014 00:54:37  <ninjashogun>   mostly on state privatization though no?

01-03-2014 13:41:24  <ThickAsThieves>   Under that plan, Cyprus must privatize its ports, telecoms and electricity companies to raise up to 1.4 billion and pay down debt by 2018. Centre and left wing parties rejected the privatization scheme.