Definition Of subsidy

noun

a parliamentary grant to the sovereign for state needs.

In return for granting subsidies , Parliament demanded ever new powers from the monarchy.

a sum of money granted by the government or a public body to assist an industry or business so that the price of a commodity or service may remain low or competitive.

a farm subsidy

Example Of subsidy

  • a farm subsidy

  • Agricultural policy should be shifted from price subsidies to income transfers, with these transfers turned into a national obligation, not a union one.

  • And the money will come from higher public subsidies and fares.

  • Brazil warns there may be no advance on other issues if the developed nations do not accept changes in policies to grant large subsidies to their farmers.

  • But it is clear that encouraging commodity production with price subsidies has not kept people in rural areas.


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