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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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Mixed economies are going to be the building blocs for a single world.
Roy argues that the political regimes of the 1990s are no different from those of the last decade; and the Islamism of the 1980s is still largely the third worldism of the 1960s, that is, populist politics and mixed economies of laissez-faire for the rich, and subsidies for the poor.
The future, like the present and the past, belongs to mixed economies in which public and private are braided together in one way or another.