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mixed economy

n.
An economic system that allows for the simultaneous operation of publicly and privately owned enterprises.

mixed economy

n
(Economics) an economy in which some industries are privately owned and others are publicly owned or nationalized

mixed economy

An economy where parts of the means of production or trade are both state and privately owned or controlled.
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Noun1.mixed economy - an economic system that combines private and state enterprisesmixed economy - an economic system that combines private and state enterprises
economic system, economy - the system of production and distribution and consumption
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mixed economy

neconomia mista
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It is not beyond the wit of man to understand that the EU Parliament Constituency of the West Midlands with a population slightly larger and with a mixed economy more than a match for Scotland can easily govern itself.
This contract relates to printing and supply of restaurants titles for all members of public commissions members group, namely - The Community of common Heart Lozere - 1 rue du Pont Notre Dame - 48000 Mende,- The city of Mende - City Hall - Place Charles de Gaulle - 48000 Mende,- The social action center intercommunal Heart Lozere (CIAS) - 20 avenue Raymond Fages - 48000 Mende,- Tourist office intercommunal Mende Lozere Heart (ITO) - instead of the fairground - 48000 Mende,- Real estate joint stock company of mixed economy Mende Fontanilles (SAIEM) - 7 place Charles de Gaulle - 48000 Mende.
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Paradoxically, of course, Volkswagen was also state-controlled but in the setting of a mixed economy.
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Quislings that support a mixed economy, unfettered by union control.
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He stressed "the need to find new sources of revenue rather than total reliance on oil revenues, the Iraqi economy has to be built on good foundations, and we have qualifications in agriculture and industry petrochemical sector and must develop a new stimulus to the economy, such as internal and external investment, and move on to the mixed economy and we want to encourage the Iraqis to set up special projects.
So, when people talk about stimulus, capital investment in a mixed economy like ours is key.
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However, in this case, people were complaining a few months ago that prices of hotel rooms, for example, has become very high," the ambassador said, adding,"We are a mixed economy, as we do not want a command economy, for instance as was in the Soviet Union.