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free enterprise

an economic system in which commercial organizations compete for profit with little state control
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Chamber of Commerce, our stories show the power of free enterprise in action, highlighting the successes and challenges that face our nation's business community.
Free enterprise is far from perfect but, on balance, it does a far better job for the consumer than our incompetent, wasteful and corrupt public sector.
The award annually honors his legacy by identifying and recognizing the most exceptional and innovative contributions to the understanding of free enterprise, and the public policies that encourage prosperity, innovation and human fulfillment via free competition.
SIFE has been helping others achieve their dreams through free enterprise education for more than 25 years.
Free enterprise liberates people and undermines the control of the state," he said.
Chamber's free-enterprise campaign has so far included stops in more than 100 cities in a grass-roots effort to engage business leaders, community officials and other citizens in a dialogue about the role of free enterprise in job creation and long-term economic prosperity.
Free enterprise, free enterprise, free enterprise," Headley said.
Junior Achievement is comprised of passionate people inspiring kids to learn the economics of life through free enterprise education.
Simon McCann, co-president of Students in Free Enterprise Society, said: "The aim of the activities is to promote confidence in children and it's giving them an experience they wouldn't normally get.
My point is no company is the essential piece of the free enterprise world.
Kelley's low-key pitch for free enterprise, intercultural exchange, exploration, and coastal security invites youth to develop intellectual curiosity and reading for pleasure.

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