unbureaucratic

unbureaucratic

(ˌʌnˌbjʊərəˈkrætɪk)
adj
not bureaucratic; not characterized by bureaucracy
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Businesses which want to sell to Latin America often find it expedient to use Uruguay as the route to market as the port is fast and unbureaucratic and goods can then be moved to other countries such as Brazil and Argentina through land-based customs routes more easily.
This aid will offer speedy and unbureaucratic relief to the people affected by this tragedy in Central America.
After the G20 ended yesterday, Merkel pledged speedy and unbureaucratic compensation to victims of the "unrestrained brutality" of rioters.
Also essential to his success was the respect he earned from Inuit individuals and organizations for his responsiveness to their proposals, and his refreshingly unbureaucratic, down-to-earth approach to collaboration.
His colleague Axel Lindhorst adds, "Fast and unbureaucratic access to education is one of the keys to integrating refugees, and as an important vendor of learning technology, we feel a sense of duty in this respect.
But that superdiscretion has not made the committee unpredictable, or unbureaucratic.
As sensical as the PCH loan's social and economic eligibility requirements are from the perspective of tailoring this home finance option for the presumed primary target group of average-income couples and young working parents, it is difficult to perceive the scheme's host of conditions and specificities as unbureaucratic.
with Swiss authorities on finding an unbureaucratic solution to this
The chancellor vowed the emergency cash would be disbursed in an unbureaucratic way because "what's important now is that the aid quickly reaches the people.
Quickly reaches people The chancellor vowed the emergency cash would be disbursed in an unbureaucratic way because "what's important now is that the aid quickly reaches the people".
Merkel, visiting the flooded southern city of Passau said the emergency cash would be disbursed in an unbureaucratic way because "what's important now is that the aid quickly reaches the people".
The Law introduced a semi-autonomous mechanism where public sector, private sector and civil organizations work together by emphasizing unbureaucratic approaches across the state centered ruling tradition.