Meaning of cross-subsidization in English:



(also British cross-subsidisation)

See cross-subsidize

‘Most noticeably, privatization of infrastructure usually prevents cross-subsidization to enhance affordability for poor consumers.’
  • ‘Clearly consumers would benefit but cross-subsidisation also has the nasty effect of reducing operational efficiency and, in so doing, shareholder value.’
  • ‘That is, in economic terms, a cross-subsidisation of one by the other.’
  • ‘It states that there is absolutely no evidence at all that more money will go back into cross-subsidisation.’
  • ‘National flood insurance programmes, together with cross-subsidisation of fire and earthquake insurance, guarantee residential repair and rebuilding in the event of extensive damage.’