- 1. The transfer to government control of *private sector economic activity and organizations. Contrast *privatization. 2. The reinforcement of the national characteristics of an activity or organization. In some countries, organizational quotas ensure a defined level of involvement of certain ethnic groups in *public and *private sector institutions. In Malaysia, for example, Bumiputra ("sons of the soil") laws establish racial quotas of this nature in favor of ethnic Malays.
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