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market-friendly

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  • Rousseff has left behind her radical rebel youth, been a pragmatic and results-oriented bureaucrat for years and has pledged to stick to the pragmatic market-friendly policy charted by Silva that have lifted millions out of poverty.

    Brazil Elections: Rousseff Faces Presidential Runoff

  • Anything, it seems, has become acceptable if it is market-friendly or politically correct.

    This economy needs new ideas – and some new spending

  • Countries are becoming more open, market-friendly and democratic.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • For the first time in recent elections, the three poll-leading candidates all favor the market-friendly policies that have driven Peru's economy to triple in size since 2000.

    Peru Presidential Contenders Get Set

  • The religious conservative and market-friendly Justice and Development Party, or AKP, scored a landslide third-term victory in the parliamentary vote Sunday with 49.9% of the vote, while at the same time failing to gain enough seats to rewrite the country's constitution alone, according to unofficial results.

    Markets Welcome Turkish Vote Result

  • But in my view, paradoxically, the temporary nationalization is a more market-friendly solution, because you know, if you don't do it, then you end up with zombie banks and the fiscal costs are going to be large.

    Get Briefed: Nouriel Roubini

  • And if it is not market-friendly, take IndyMac, was taken over middle of last year, cleaned up, separated.

    Get Briefed: Nouriel Roubini

  • I mean, I proposed these from a market-friendly point of view.

    Get Briefed: Nouriel Roubini

  • But that's only if they're done in a cost-effective manner using market-friendly trading systems that let companies with emission levels below what's required to sell rights to those emissions to other firms.

    Tough new clean-air rules will target drifting pollution

  • The religious conservative and market-friendly Justice and Development Party, or AKP, scored a landslide third-term victory in the parliamentary vote Sunday with 49.8% of the vote, while at the same time failing to gain enough seats to rewrite the country's constitution alone, according to unofficial results.

    Turkey's Current Account 'Nothing to Worry About'

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