BelgiumIn Belgium, the state enterprises vary mainly according to two criteria:
- the legal status and methods of management:
- Public limit company of public law
- public service
- nature of the public authority owner:
- federal state
- common community
See also: Company of the Crown
FranceThe state enterprises can have the statute of Public limit company (SA), with capital mainly public, or can be Public corporation related to commercial industrial and (EPIC).
The French State holds the following participations:
Undertaken with dimensions (full value of approximately 200 billion euros in May 2007):
- EDF: 100% in 2000, 87,32% in 2007
- GDF: 100% in 2000, 79,78% in 2007
- Group Air France-KLM: 18,57 in 2007 (Air France: 57% in 2000)
- Areva: 84,19% in 2007; exit of the regrouping of ECA Industries (100% in 2000), Cogema (82,3% in 2000) and Framatome (23% in 2000)
- France Telecom: 60% in 2000,18,8% in 2006, 32,45% in 2007
- Thalès: 33,4% in 2002,31,3% in 2006, 27,30% in 2007 (and Thalès 25% of DCNS hold)
- Safran: 30,85% in 2007 (+ 7,4% with Areva)
- Eramet: 26,25% in 2006 ( via Areva)
- Renault: 44% in 2000, 15,01% in 2007
- EADS: 15,04% in 2007
- Airports of Paris: 70% in 2006, 68,39% in 2007
- STMicroelectronics: 10,9% in 2007 ( via Areva)
- CNP Insurances: 60% in 2000, 1,18% in 2006
- Undertaken not - dimensioned:
- the Postal bank: 100% in 2006 ( via La Poste)
- Nexter: 100% in 2006
- SNPE: 100% in 2006
- Charbonnages de France: 100% in 2006
- EMC: 100% in 2006
- DCNS: 75% in 2007 (the 25% remainders being held by Thalès)
- the Frenchwoman of the plays: 72% in 2007
- International market of Rungis (Semmaris): 56,85% in 2007 (which should go down to 33,17% after the partial transfer to Altaréa)
Other state enterprises (not of the public limit companies like the preceding ones but, in general, of EPIC; public at 100%, directly or not):
- Deposit and consignment office (particular status; have many companies or participations: CNP Insurances (36,49%), Savings bank Group, Transdev, Company of the Alps, CNR (29,43%), TDF (24%)…)
- Media: France Televisions, France 24 (50%), Arte France, TV5, Radio France, RFI
- Transports: RF, the SNCF, the RATP, La Poste
These participations are managed by the Agence of the participations of the State (APE), satellite of the Head office of the Treasury and the Economic policy (DGTPE). After 1986, and during the Années 1990 and 2000, the State sold part of these participations, inter alia by vague of privatizations, which allowed recapitaliser certain companies (capital growth of EDF for example), opening certain sectors with competition (France Telecom for example) and reducing the Budget deficit in order to slow down the progression of the national Debt of France.
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg holds: Arcelor: 5,6% of the capital in 2006.
MaliThe Republic of Mali holds: the National office of the stations.
MexicoThe United States of Mexico holds: Pemex.
NauruThe Republic of Nauru holds: Nauru Phosphates Corporation.
SwedenThe Kingdom of Sweden holds: Systembolaget.
SwitzerlandThe Swiss Confederation holds: La Poste Switzerland. See the category: : Category: Swiss state enterprise.
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