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The private sector of a nation's economy consists of all that is outside the state. It includes a variety of entities such as for-profit and non-profit enterprises, corporations, banks (other than central banks), any other non-governmental organizations, as well as individuals not employed by the state. One of the most influential doctrines in history is that all humans are divided into groups called nations. ... A corporation (usually known in the United Kingdom and Ireland as a company) is a legal entity (distinct from a natural person) that often has similar rights in law to those of a Civil law systems may refer to corporations as moral persons; they may also go by the name... Banker redirects here; see wiktionary:banker for more meanings. ... Alternative meaning: Organisation (band). ...

Capitalism revolves primarily around the private sector controlling industry. This box:      Capitalism generally refers to an economic system in which the means of production are mostly privately [1] owned and operated for profit and in which distribution, production and pricing of goods and services are determined in a largely free market. ...

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The private sector is recognized as an important stakeholder in GEF activities and has a critical role to play in addressing global environmental challenges in partnership with the GEF.
The GEF encourages the private sector to seek opportunities to collaboratively engage in the identification of project concepts and objectives as well as in the financing, and monitoring and evaluation of GEF projects.
The importance of engaging the private sector in GEF activities was reaffirmed during the process of restructuring the GEF.
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Private (rank), the lowest military rank of a soldier
The Private sector is the portion of a nation's economy that is not controlled by its government
A Private company is a company that is not a public company
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