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Nicholas Secara, Head of the UN country team on mainstreaming, acceleration and policy support for SDGs of the UNDP Bureau for Policy and Programme Support, presented to the members of the Interagency working group the preliminary conclusions of their meetings and discussions, touching upon some specificities of the SDGs nationalisation and localisation.
Visitors can also see the museum's new "By The People, For The People" exhibition to find out more about nationalisation.
Mr Abdulla serves as a Fellow of the Gulf Talent Advisory Board of Oxford Strategic Consulting, providing advice on strategic nationalisation matters.
The limitation of understanding spreads beyond the mystification regarding the definition of nationalisation.
La mobilisation et l'engagement resolu des travailleurs de Sonatrach ont permis a l'Algerie de relever le defi pose par l'arret de l'exploitation des puits de petrole dans le sud du pays par les compagnies francaises suite a la nationalisation des hydrocarbures en 1971.
According to the paper, a vigorous nationalisation debate within the ANC, which gathered pace after 35 miners were shot dead at a platinum mine at Marikana, north of Johannesburg in August, has unsettled the country's business community.
Indeed, to try to draw a line under the issue, the party commissioned a report, State Intervention in the Mining Sector (SIMS), which was published in March but despite its coming down against nationalisation, concern amongst miners regarding expropriation has not been dispelled.
Rail nationalisation has been a burning question for 150 years.
The plans have met with opposition from the European Union, which views poker nationalisation in breach of free trade agreements.
However, a nationalisation of the troubled company is not a possibility, Wenzel told Austria's APA news agency.
He briefed the famous barrister and Labour MP Sir Stafford Cripps for the public enquiry which led directly to the nationalisation of the mines by Clement Atlee's post-war Labour Government.
As oil prices have plummeted more than 70% (around $100 a barrel) over the past year, Libya's leader Muammar al-Qadhafi is looking into the possible nationalisation of its oil industry in order to gain more state control over production and raise oil revenues.

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