Austrian privatisation: How not to sell things - The Economist

Austrian privatisation: How not to sell things

Austrian privatisation: How not to sell things - The Economist
Austrian privatisation: How not to sell things
Published Sep 11, 2004
410 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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Defending puny national champions KARL-HEINZ GRASSER, Austria's finance minister, is an admirer of Friedrich Hayek, the Austrian-born free-market economist who inspired Margaret Thatcher. But he has recently found himself defending state-controlled...

  
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