暗补 (Chinese PinYin: [àn bǔ]; traditional Chinese: 暗補) may mean: (1) noun. Covert subsidy; (2) noun. Implicit subsidy; (3) noun. Hidden subsidy. It is usually used in formal and written Mandarin Chinese. Some common phrases and expressions are: 暗补形式 (form of hidden subsidy), 提供暗补 (provide implicit subsidy), 构成暗补 (constitute a hidden subsidy).
Literally: 暗 (hidden) + 补 (subsidy)
1. How to pronounce 暗补?
Chinese Pinyin: [àn bǔ]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 暗补
Synonyms: 暗贴, 隐性补助,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 暗补
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 暗补形式 (form of hidden subsidy), 提供暗补 (provide implicit subsidy), 构成暗补 (constitute a hidden subsidy),
4. How to use 暗补 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 暗补.
Translation: A second point about subsidies: there will be a real tendency to try to substitute one from of hidden subsidy for another.
Translation: It is clear showed that it is an inevitable trend for the change form hidden subsidies to clear-sighted subsidies, and hidden subsidies with quantity limit is preferred during the interim.
Translation: European officials say the export restrictions increased the global price for the raw materials, and gave Chinese companies a clear commercial advantage which, in effect, constitutes a hidden subsidy.
Translation: Today, most governments employ three policies to provide universal service, e. g. setting conditions, universal service fund and hidden subsidy.
Translation: What we have at the moment in Hong Kong is a massive hidden subsidy to waste producers.
Translation: Currently, fossil fuels enjoy a huge implicit subsidy in the form of a lack of carbon pricing.
Translation: In the case of banking, the implicit subsidy created by government guarantees (or the expectation of bail-outs in times of crisis) has reduced the cost of capital and thus increased returns.
Translation: Under federal tax law, employer-provided health insurance is not subject to taxation. This provides an implicit subsidy for health insurance.
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