privatize in a sentence

Margaret Thatcher privatized England’s entire railway system in the 1980s.

Since the country became independent, the majority of companies, banks, and real estate in Latvia have been privatized.

Bush championed tax cuts and privatized many government jobs in the state.

Strategically important property of the state may not be privatized, he said.

Senators this week gutted legislation that would have privatized wine and liquor sales.

The development of will remains individualized and privatized and is ultimately apolitical.

Greece will not privatize its power grid operator (ADMIE) nor its dominant power utility PPC privatize most of Hydro One.