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Some Lifeline subscribers alternatively can use it to subsidize home Internet connections.
That’s real money to those schools, because they can use those full-price dollars to subsidize lower-income kids and try and provide some equity.
Animal agriculture is heavily subsidized by the federal government.
They subsidized the “true” cost of delivery, making it cheap for consumers while squeezing restaurants with high fees and pocketing courier tips.
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It has also become clear that subsidizing internet access to hundreds of millions of potential users is perhaps not the most sustainable way to acquire customers.
We do not support subsidizing energy because it distorts the market and ultimately proves harmful to consumers.
Fletcher acknowledged that’s not a solution for the poorer in the county who can’t afford a new Tesla, and suggested instead a program subsidizing used electric vehicle purchases.
Profit margins are inherently low in the taxi business, and their predatory model subsidizes more than half the cost of every ride in a bid to undercut competition.
The salt was rolled out to 25 million consumers there through a network of 15,000 “fair price shops,” which sell government-subsidized staples.
After the Second World War, Europe’s sugar-beet growers were subsidized by their national governments to help ravaged countries get back on their feet.

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