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free market

n.
An economic market in which supply and demand are not regulated or are regulated with only minor restrictions.

free market

n
(Economics)
a. an economic system that allows supply and demand to regulate prices, wages, etc, rather than government policy
b. (as modifier): a free-market economy.

free′ mar′ket


n.
an economic market regulated by the forces of supply and demand.
[1905–10]

free market

Trade which flows freely between countries without barriers such as tariffs and quotas.
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This practice seems to contradict the free market economy which we are told is driving up the wholesale price of energy.
Analyst Artan Sadiku in Utrinski vesnik writes that the poverty and unemployment, frustration and melancholy are the only true face of the present neoliberal ideology of the free market economy.
The missionaries of the free market economy would have a better chance of converting us if they didn't act like cannibals.
Turkey and India have many similarities, both countries are secular and we have free market economy and our economies are booming.