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The Government Should Privatize Pia Agreement

Ding Xiaoping, China`s great leader, has privatized land ownership and made the private sector prosper, propelling China into space, so to speak, economically. When warned that privatization was an atrocity for communist doctrine, he replied that he didn`t care whether the cow`s color was red or black – as long as it gave more milk. Pakistan International Airlines (hereinafter PIA) is the national airline of Pakistan. Founded in 1955 following the merger with the private airline Orient Airways,[62] PIA has been the dominant airline in the Pakistani market since its inception. The airline is largely owned (87%) by the Pakistani government and a minority (13%) by private shareholders through the Pakistan Stock Exchange. [63] [44]Chris Edwards, Privatize Aviation, Downsizing the Federal Government (29. May 25, 2014), called www.downsizinggovernment.org/privatize-aviation May 25, 2017. Noting the absence of the Minister of Health, she said: “How is it fair that this decision falls in the midst of a national and global health crisis when people are already suffering? It is unethical and immoral to raise the price of medicines during the pandemic. Even the heart of capitalism, the United States, has not done so.

Countries around the world are helping their citizens, but instead of doing so, our government is raising the price of medicines and endangering the lives of citizens. Many analysts say it remains to be seen whether the government wants to take measures that would be rejected by powerful unions in the run-up to national elections, which will likely take place this summer on a date to be determined. The traditional approach of many bilateral agreements, which favours cooperation between airlines on issues such as capacity and pricing, is not contrary to competition law, which strictly prohibits price cartels, market sharing and other collusive practices of market competitors. [11] Your rapporteur considers that, in order to promote healthy competition in the local air transport market, it is necessary to privatise the national carrier or to provide the same support to all other air carriers. The author does not claim that privatization leads to the creation of an efficient airline, nor does he argue that state-owned airlines cannot compete fairly with other airlines. . . .