antibusiness

an·ti·busi·ness

 (ăn′tē-bĭz′nĭs, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Hostile to business, especially to big corporations.

antibusiness

(ˌæntɪˈbɪznɪs)
adj
opposed to business interests, particularly those of large-scale corporations
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K A R A C H I -- Participants of a Convention comprising Chambers of Commerce and Industry and Trade Associations from different areas of the country Wednesday unanimously agreed to collective raise voice for resolving issues being faced by the trade and industry due to antibusiness taxation policies.
But New Jersey's current high-tax, antibusiness economic environment is not generating sufficient growth and jobs, especially when compared to neighboring states.
There is a definite anti-wealth and antibusiness strain to some of the criticism of Sarwar.
Brexit on the one side, antibusiness old-fashioned leftist programmes on the other, they may ride the anger but they don't provide the answer.
To the Tory businessman and to the Tory voter also, regulation has always been a left-wing bureaucratic state interference, an antibusiness burden and handicap, laid upon the national success of our world-leading business executives.
antibusiness is more likely to be reversed than one in which the
They likewise contested the antibusiness proposals of the Octobrists, who dominated the Third State Duma, and they denounced upheavals in 1904/5 and 1917 that adversely affected economic stability and threatened their own livelihood.
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband - who was derided by Tories for his plans to intervene in markets - joked that the new PM's plans looked like "Marxist, antibusiness interventionism".
He finds significant increases in manufacturing employment moving across the border from an antibusiness state to a probusiness one.
Where Powell saw antibusiness sentiment in the universities, Baroody located it instead in think tanks, transforming Powell's argument into a successful pitch for fund-raising for his own and other right-leaning public policy institutes.
Any idea that I am antibusiness should be and must be scotched.
While the provincial opposition party--the New Democrats (NDP)--knew they couldn't come out directly against the tax (knowing that if they did, they could be branded as antibusiness in the time of an economic downturn), they knew they could use it as a political wedge.