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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It's true to say that a week ago today Labour abandoned mainstream politics in favour of a hard left agenda that's antibusiness and won't create jobs and growth.
In addition, many antibusiness policies were adopted in South Korea under two consecutive leftist presidents.
But Sir Martin, head of industry advertising and PR giant WPP, was equally scathing of a Labour victory, claiming the party was seen as antibusiness.
FOR most of the past four decades, it has been one of the fundamental laws of British politics that you don't win elections by being perceived to be antibusiness or anti-aspiration.
Speaking on the occasion, former vice president KCCI and President KEDA, Mohammad Idrees highlighted the hardships being faced by thousands of small traders of Electronic Markets in Karachi whose businesses were terribly suffering due to antibusiness policies imposed on the mobile phone industry of Pakistan which was on the verge of collapse.
ISLAMABAD -- Business community in a meeting at Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry has strongly opposed the imposition of 5 percent additional General Sales Tax on petroleum products and called for urgent withdrawal of this antibusiness and antipeople decision as it would entail harmful impact on the economy and bring more problems to the common man.
Taxes matter, but it's easier to create an antibusiness environment than blame business owners for being greedy for profit and not hiring people.
This is not an antibusiness agenda but it's an antibusiness' pending its he t ws e the power in Ed as usual agenda.
Though a lifelong Democrat, he said publicly in 2012 that Washington's antibusiness rhetoric was a drag on confidence that hurt the recovery.
1) Kolko argued that leading business executives, working with their political counterparts, had promoted regulation to tame smaller business rivals and to stave off expropriatory threats from radical, antibusiness political movements.
Proponents of the initiative, or supporters of animal welfare legislation, are regarded by their detractors as extremely liberal, out of touch with reality, and antibusiness.
What the scope of the legal director's role would be is to provide important insights and expertise when the board addresses corporate governance, legal, regulatory, securities law, and risk management matters, as well as issues involving shareholder communications, protecting legal assets, criminalized corporate behavior, lobbying and legislative matters, and a challenging antibusiness environment.