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Privatisation of public undertakings and activities recommendation no. R (93) 7 adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 18 October 1993 and explanatory memorandum. by Council of Europe. Committee of Ministers.

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Published by Council of Europe Press, Manhattan Pub. Co. [distributor] in Strasbourg, Croton-on-Hudson, NY .
Written in English

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  • Europe.

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  • Privatization -- Law and legislation -- Europe.

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SeriesLegal issues
ContributionsCouncil of Europe. European Committee on Legal Co-operation., Council of Europe. Project Group on Administrative Law.
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LC ClassificationsKJC2635.A5 C68 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination18 p. ;
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL717110M
ISBN 109287125341
LC Control Number97102946
OCLC/WorldCa31953901

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Privatisation of the public sector undertakings by selling off part of the equity of PSUs to the private sector is known as disinvestment. The purpose of the sale is mainly to improve financial discipline and facilitate modernization. However, there are six methods of Privatisation: The public sale of shares; Public auction; Public tender. Jacques Derenne Public broadcasting service: The Court of Justice of the European Union annuls a judgment of the General Court of the European Union on the interpretation of ’State resources’ concept in ruling that public undertakings’ resources necessarily fall within the scope of that concept since these undertakings are subject to. IMPACT OF PRIVATISATION, LIBERALISATION AND GLOBALISATION ON PUBLIC SECTOR IN INDIA Privatization is a fuzzy concept. It covers a wide range of ideas, programmes and policies. In the broad sense of the term, privatisation is roll-back of the state in the lives and activities of citizen and strengthening the role of Size: KB. A state-owned enterprise in India is called a public sector undertaking (PSU) or a public sector companies are owned by the union government of India or one of the many state or territorial governments or both. The company stock needs to be majority-owned by the government to be a PSU. PSUs strictly may be classified as central public sector enterprises .

The state, privatisation and the public sector in South Africa The resulting desk research on South Africa's experience of privatisation is the basis for this book. Public activities form. not, it is neither a general government unit, nor a public corporation (part of the public sector). 3. Is the public institutional unit market or non-market? Does the public unit dispose of all or most of its output at economically significant prices? If yes, . Privatisation of the public sector undertakings by selling off part of the equity of PSUs to the public is known as disinvestment. The purpose of the sale, according to the government, was mainly to improve financial discipline and facilitate modernisation.   Recommending privatisation of public sector undertakings -- one PSU per week -- he said this is feasible since more than two-dozen PSUs already have Cabinet approval. “Privatise Air India.

This paper examines various causes for privatisation in India. Five major dimensions, which are changes in International and domestic politics, Performance Author: Selvam Jesiah.   Privatization of specific government operations happens in a number of ways, though generally, the government transfers ownership of specific facilities or business processes to a private, for Author: Marshall Hargrave. The book under notice presents a state-wise analysis of the development in the state public sector undertakings, the status of restructuring and privatisation across the various states, case studies giving insights into the modalities and methodologies adopted into the exercise of restructuring and disinvestment. The study gathered.   The poor performance of PSUs, performance of private sector and the success of the public sector reforms led to the Government of India to reforming further and moving next generation of the public sector reforms, i.e., "privatisation." The main focus has been on privatisation of public sector on a selective basis.