An economy in which the interests of the wealthy and large companies are placed before the interests of the wider population. Also known as a free market economy.
From 1984 onwards Roger Douglas transformed New Zealand from a benevolant, reasonably caring society, into a greed market economy, in the same way that Margaret Thatcher had done in the United Kingdom.
by Joey Station June 29, 2009

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