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free enterprise

an economic system in which commercial organizations compete for profit with little state control
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"I am delighted and honored to be the recipient of the Free Enterprise Award." said Steinberg.
"Our mission is to ensure that Arkansas students receive the best economic, personal finance and free enterprise education possible," Kathleen Lawson, executive director of Economics Arkansas, said in the release.
A free enterprise scheme could be instrumental in giving young people the chance to build careers.
Schnatter Institute for the Study of Free Enterprise in the college of business, funded with $6 million from the family foundation of Papa John's CEO Schnatter and $4 million from CKF.
The teaching case is designed to contextualize profit maximization theory within the bounds of free enterprise capitalism, which by definition requires the rule of law and the protection of individual rights.
Philip Zeidman, senior partner at DLA Piper LLP and IFA general counsel, is the first recipient of the IFA Dennis Wieczorek Free Enterprise Award.
Free enterprise puts into the market the vital element of competition which sharpens performance, improves service and keeps down prices.
Viscount Ridley, who has an estate at Blaydon in Northumberland, and is a columnist for The Times, said: "I am deeply honoured and thrilled to receive the Free Enterprise Award in succession to many remarkable people.
After decades of deprivation, the poor lack bank accounts, decent credit scores, and any real firsthand experience of how a healthy free enterprise system functions.
What happened to free enterprise? At the April 8 Public Service and Transportation meeting, a group representing the taxis complained about the livery businesses.
20 pleased to announce their collaboration to offer educational travel programs to Cuba with an emphasis on the rise of free enterprise. Recent government reforms are now allowing ndividuals within Cuba, the opportunity to form and openly operate new business Ventures for the first time since 1959.
A free enterprise society is not a zero-sum game in which citizens fight over resources.

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