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1. A large-scale corporate system.
2. A network of skilled professionals who control such a corporate system.
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(Sociology) the people who control the technology of a society, such as professional administrators, experts in business management, etc
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tech•no•struc•ture(ˈtɛk noʊˌstrʌk tʃər)
the group of technically skilled administrators, engineers, and scientists who manage or control business, the economy, or government affairs.
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