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  • The collapse caused direct control of powerful sports programs to be wrested away from military and government ministries by so-called market-based organizations in Russia, the former "East Germany," and Romania.

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  • Accordingly, Mr. Carney provided a useful outline of a range of ways to deal with what he prefers to call market-based financing.

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  • The U.S. helped the countries in Central and Eastern Europe implement market-based reforms, and it encouraged other countries and the international financial institutions to do the same in Africa and Latin America.

    A Slow-Growth America Can't Lead the World

  • Seeing the advantages of American-style economic liberty over state intervention and control, Deng Xiaoping expanded his initial and tentative market-based reforms in China and created an economic renaissance.

    A Slow-Growth America Can't Lead the World

  • If reforms truly were leading to a more market-based system, one would expect a growing market for corporate control resulting from a wider dispersal of ownership.

    Raising the Red Flag on Red Capitalism

  • The authors return again and again to the notion that while Beijing has embraced the form of market-based reform, the substance remains elusive.

    Raising the Red Flag on Red Capitalism

  • Environmental activists worry about the social costs of this kind of development, arguing that hydropower projects disrupt local agricultural and displace thousands of people who might not be ready or willing to be thrust in to a modern, market-based economy.

    Laos Looks to Become a New Market Frontier

  • This will provide a market-based mechanism that will save consumers money and create jobs and economic growth.

    Jack Darin: The Smart Grid: A Better Forecast for Reliable Power and Clean Energy Jobs

  • Chidambaram, who were instrumental in the 1991 liberalization that steered India away from a centrally planned economy to a market-based one, there has been no meaningful progress on that front since the government first took office in 2004.

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  • Copyright optimists have a market-based approach: property rights are necessary and sufficient to get optimal creativity.

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