We have no meanings for "wants state" in our records yet.
Mr Trump wants state governors to allow churches and temples to reopen this weekend.
Labour's hard left wants state socialism in one country.
At the same time Poland's conservative government wants state-run banks to raise their market share through takeovers.
The Italian government wants state-controlled companies to eject from their boards any director charged of financial crimes.
He also wants state pension funds to pressure Standard & Poor's to modify how it rates municipal bonds.
The Italian Treasury wants state-controlled companies to force anyone under criminal investigation for financial crimes off boards of directors.
He wants state borders reopened.
The prime minister wants state leaders to outline a July date for relaxing restrictions to give the coronavirus-battered sectors certainty.
Opel wants state guarantees for about 2.6 billion euros in loans, according to a company source.
Roman corporate governance purge could backfire Italy wants state-controlled companies to eject board members who are under criminal investigation for financial crimes.
It wants state-sponsored Buddhist settlements in Muslim-majority southern provinces to aid the return of Buddhists who left because of a decades-old insurgency.
He wants state officials to raise the bar so when a kid passes the algebra exam, it truly means he can do algebra.
Now Reliance, like Tata and Adani, wants state governments to raise tariffs for the projects that were originally bid for at a fixed rate.
It also wants State agencies and local authorities to be forced to pay up within 15 days, with published reports on their performance.
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