Companies in which we taxers invested our money? Companies which are profitable? If there would be one Russian monopolists in polish petrol market then he could make any prices he want and in that way influence polish economy.
In many other western europe countries strategic for economy companies are mostly in goverments hands.
Well, but I already said that Russian companies should be exluded as it would thwart competition. As far as why? I believe in capitalism, government should make sure the rules are obeyed but it should not run businesses.
bullsh1t. It's just liberal propaganda. Monopolism of one company is not good.
Hmm, confused here as you're contradicting yourself. Yes, monopolism is never good. I totally agree. Government ownership is the ultimate means of monopoly - no one can compete with the government as it doesn't have to raise prices on products, instead it can raise taxes when money is being lost.
As far as liberal propaganda, this might be a linguistic problem because I think liberal means something different to you than it means to me. Liberalism in the US is often equated with socialism, social-democracy, leftist reasoning. Whereas maybe in Europe people think of the term neo-liberalism which is a much more conservative perspective than liberalism.
You said that you don't agree with republicans therefore you'd be a liberal here in the US. Yet here you call the ideas I brought up liberal?? I would call them market oriented and if you must choose a party then it'd be closer to the Republican, or Libertarian (NOT liberal) ideas here in the US, or the Moderate Party in Sweden, CDU in Germany, and not sure which party in Poland.
I've never supported republicans... So as you see we are on the opposite sites...
That's fine and that's ok. Vive la difference
Statoil - 64% of shares are in the hands of Norvegian Gov.
Correct, and I disagree with that. For some reason they won't listen ;)
Must be liberal propaganda ;)