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- n. Plural form of nonmarket.
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Little did my interlocutor at Bankers Trust nor I, for that matter know that the great inviolable institution we worked for would one day be taken over by Deutsche Bank—a global rival from one of these “nonmarkets.”
When moral commitments are prominent they generate nonmarkets in some areas “blocked exchanges”, e.g. in constitutional rights, and poor markets in others, e.g. in adoption.