mutualize

verb
mu·tu·al·ize | \ˈmyü-chə-wə-ˌlīz, ˈmyü-chə-ˌlīz, ˈmyüch-wə-ˌlīz\
mutualized; mutualizing

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mutualization \ˌmyü-chə-wə-lə-ˈzā-shən, ˌmyü-chə-lə-, ˌmyüch-wə-lə- \ noun

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Italy’s confusion about its political and economic future — and its already large stock of nonperforming loans — are more reasons Germany will continue to refuse to mutualize eurozone debt and provide bank deposit guarantees across the eurozone. Steven Erlanger, New York Times, "Italy Pushes Euro to Fore, the Last Place Europe Wants It," 29 May 2018 French officials were also wary of any moves to mutualize eurozone risks at a time when the prospect of an Italian crisis can’t be ruled out. Simon Nixon, WSJ, "Britain Misses Out as EU Weighs Overhauls London Had Long Sought," 27 Sep. 2017

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1903, in the meaning defined above

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