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free enterprise

an economic system in which commercial organizations compete for profit with little state control
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Some of the duty-free gems that turned up at Pineapple Lab's Really Really Free Market. PHOTO JED GREGORIO
He decries "powerful bureaucratic centers engaged in economic planning"--meaning corporations that "are hardly the epitome of a free market."
A free market does encourage innovation; it forces change; it entices new competitors.
The morality of free markets, with its non-coercive principle, is seen as superior to coercion (on land or on water).
The fifth chapter concerns the mechanics of a free market. The emphasis on specialization of labor and the signaling function of the price system can be found in the writings of most "free-market" economists.
* Krugman wrongly holds a free market to the impossible standard of human omniscience.
Democracy: Money in Politics and the Free Market Constitution", Timothy Kuhner (Associate Professor at the Georgia State University College of Law) explains how these conditions have corrupted American democracy, turning it into a system of rule that favors the wealthy and marginalizes ordinary citizens.
3 July 2014 - US insurance brokerage Hub International Limited (Hub) said it had acquired domestic peer Free Market Insurance Agency LLC via its Hub International New Mexico division (Hub New Mexico) for an undisclosed amount.
TAHRAN (CyHAN)- Iran increased the prices of semi-subsidized and free market gasoline as part of the implementing the second phase of subsidy reform plan.
NNA - Mirror Advantage Global Travel Retail Report Company announced Thursday during its annual report that Beirut International Airport's duty free market ranked fifth among other 55 international companies specialized in managing the world free markets.
dollar free market exchange rate hit 30,900 rials last week..
Bush said that he "abandoned free market principles to save the free market system." Did we save the free market system or merely allow the Federal Reserve to forestall yet another economic catastrophe?