What Is Private Provision?

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Private provision denotes the availing of either goods or services by the private sector (private companies), to the public. Examples of the large array of goods and services so provided includes, but is not limited to: delivering NHS treatments, health services, primary, secondary and tertiary education, security, among others.
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Private provisions are part of national economy made up of, and resources owned by, private enterprises, it includes the personal sector households and corporate sector firms, and is responsible for allocating most of the resources within an economy.
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