cross-subsidize


cross-subsidize

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  • cross-subsidize — cross subsidization UK US (UK also cross subsidisation) noun [U] FINANCE ► a situation in which profits from one activity are used to pay for another activity that is losing money or making less money: »He wants to end the cross subsidization of… …   Financial and business terms

  • cross-subsidize — or cross subsidise verb subsidize (a business or activity) out of the profits of another business or activity. Derivatives cross subsidization noun cross subsidy noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • cross-subsidization — UK US (UK also cross subsidisation) noun [U] FINANCE ► a situation in which profits from one activity are used to pay for another activity that is losing money or making less money: »He wants to end the cross subsidization of the different… …   Financial and business terms

  • cross-subsidy — cross subsidization UK US (UK also cross subsidisation) noun [U] FINANCE ► a situation in which profits from one activity are used to pay for another activity that is losing money or making less money: »He wants to end the cross subsidization of… …   Financial and business terms

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