Definition of nontransparency in US English:

nontransparency

noun

  • See nontransparent

    • ‘The workers demanded the immediate resignation of the human resources manager, accusing him of nepotism and non-transparency in the recruitment of staff.’
    • ‘I have never before encountered such non-transparency, a completely opaque affair that avoided the democratic competition of ideas in drawing up the formulations.’
    • ‘The banks have engaged in such non-transparency that not even they really know the shape they are in.’
    • ‘Nontransparency in government programs is always associated with corruption in other countries, so I don't see why it wouldn't be here.’
    • ‘They suffer from extreme complexity and result in non-transparency in administration, economic distortions and poor revenue productivity’
    • ‘It became clear that despite the accusations of non-transparency and lobbyism, the current rulers can defend the interests of the taxpayer in the privatisation.’
    opaqueness, non-transparency, lack of transparency
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