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private-enterprise

Definitions

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  • adj. subscribing to capitalistic competition

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Examples

  • "It takes into account today's political realities" by focusing on a "private-enterprise approach instead of a grand government giveaway," said James May , a consultant advising ITT and a former head of the Air Transport Association, which represents the country's largest carriers.

    New Way to Upgrade Air Control

  • I'm not advocating a pure private-enterprise solution to settling the Moon and beyond; I'm just suggesting that the current NASA model of top-down dictated-detailed-design probably isn't the most effective or affordable means of pursuing sustainable space exploration and development.

    Remembering Apollo 11 and the Legacy of Apollo - NASA Watch

  • Maybe we should be looking to those high-priced captains of American industry for a private-enterprise solution to America's labor woes.

    Is 'Fewer Makers, More Takers' an Inevitable Change?

  • Experts say the group represents a new wrinkle in private funding of Olympic ventures in a private-enterprise system.

    Canada Group Makes Medals Its Business

  • Supporters are also conflicted over whether private-enterprise elements should be introduced into government programs like Social Security and Medicare.

    Tea and Mockery

  • In this small, essentially private-enterprise economy, tourism is the number one foreign exchange earner followed by exports of marine products, citrus, cane sugar, bananas, and garments.

    Belize

  • The answer is the United States, which may surprise those who consider our nation to be the apotheosis of private-enterprise health care.

    Health care: Paying more, getting what?

  • EconomyEconomy—overview: This modern, private-enterprise economy has capitalized on its central geographic location, highly developed transport network, and diversified industrial and commercial base.

    Belgium

  • EconomyEconomy—overview: In this small, essentially private-enterprise economy, tourism is the number one foreign exchange earner followed by exports of marine products, citrus, cane sugar, bananas, and garments.

    Belize

  • BelizeIn this small, essentially private-enterprise economy, tourism is the number one foreign exchange earner followed by exports of marine products, citrus, cane sugar, bananas, and garments.

    Economy-overview

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