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government subsidy

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  • government subsidy — UK US noun [C or U] FINANCE, ECONOMICS ► money paid by a government to help an organization or industry reduce its costs, so that it can provide products or services at lower prices: »After years of government subsidy, banks will have to learn to …   Financial and business terms

  • subsidy — I noun allotment, allowance, backing, bounty, contribution, gift, grant, grant in aid, stipend, subsistence, subvention associated concepts: government subsidy II index aid (help), aid (subsistence) …   Law dictionary

  • Government incentives for plug-in electric vehicles — Plug in electric vehicles subject to incentives in some countries include battery electric vehicles, plug in hybrids and electric vehicle conversions. Government incentives for plug in electric vehicles have been established by several national… …   Wikipedia

  • subsidy — sub‧si‧dy [ˈsʌbsdi] noun subsidies PLURALFORM [countable] FINANCE ECONOMICS money that is paid by a government or organization to make something such as a particular food or product cheaper to buy, use, or produce: • Billions of dollars were… …   Financial and business terms

  • Subsidy — Sub si*dy, n.; pl. {Subsidies}. [L. subsidium the troops stationed in reserve in the third line of battlem reserve, support, help, fr. subsidere to sit down, lie in wait: cf. F. subside. See {Subside}.] 1. Support; aid; co[ o]peration; esp.,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • subsidy — [sub′sə dē] n. pl. subsidies [ME < Anglo Fr subsidie < L subsidium, auxiliary forces, reserve troops, aid, support < subsidere, to sit down, remain: see SUBSIDE] a grant of money; specif., a) a grant of money from one government to… …   English World dictionary

  • Subsidy farming — refers to the raising of certain crops or animals for the value of government subsidies which have been attached thereto. Farmers of both hogs and corn have managed to secure lucrative subsidies for their products, and have at the same time… …   Wikipedia

  • Subsidy — In economics, a subsidy (also known as a subvention) is a form of financial assistance paid to a business or economic sector. A subsidy can be used to support businesses that might otherwise fail, or to encourage activities that would otherwise… …   Wikipedia

  • subsidy — /sub si dee/, n., pl. subsidies. 1. a direct pecuniary aid furnished by a government to a private industrial undertaking, a charity organization, or the like. 2. a sum paid, often in accordance with a treaty, by one government to another to… …   Universalium

  • subsidy — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, generous, heavy, huge, large, massive ▪ small ▪ direct ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • subsidy — 01. The company received a large [subsidy] from the government in return for a guarantee to create at least 100 permanent jobs in the city. 02. Some people think that mothers should receive a [subsidy] for daycare for their children so that they… …   Grammatical examples in English

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