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commercial enterprises organized and financed on a scale large enough to influence social and political policies

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The government instead of announcing an amnesty scheme for big business should announce an amnesty scheme for those people of the working classes whose electricity bill average's Rs.
We were told that Puno had been rather 'unaccommodating' when it came to big business interests.
It is only when the state turns its back on Big Business and actually listens to the main stakeholders-the drivers, operators and the commuting public - can we start to hammer out a propeople ransport modernization program.
While a majority of Democrats say that big government poses the biggest threat, many more Democrats (41%) than independents (25%) or Republicans (7%) say big business is the biggest threat.
Critique: Now in a fully updated and expanded second edition, "Continental Crucible: Big Business, Workers and Unions in the Transformation of North America" is a very highly recommended addition to both community and academic library Contemporary Labor Movement and Free Trade Policy reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
The Tories and big business are desperate for the status quo to remain.
Only 14% feel that big business ethics of are broadly the same as their own personal moral standards.
Speaking at the survey launch, ISME chief Mark Fielding stated: "Once again the our figures show how Irish SMEs are being abused by their big business customers and recent ECB SAFE figures also confirm that big business in Ireland extract more credit from trade debt than any other EU country.
However, the reality is it's said to be more like a Christmas list for big business.
This country is run, through politicians, for big business.
It's pointless, the person you elect has his/her orders, handed down from big business, which later rewards them with a position in their or some equally profitable business.
Kishwar says small and big business should work together to forge economic growth
Washington Examiner columnist Tim Carney walks a big beat: the unholy alliance between corporations and the state, which he first chronicled in his 2006 book The Big Ripoff: How Big Business and Big Government Steal Your Money.
ICS Industrial Cooling has replaced old chillers at Leeds Vacuum Formers (LVF), using an interest-free loan of [pounds sterling]40,000 LVF received from the Carbon Trust's Big Business Refit.
The Carbon Trust's survey of 165 SMEs coincides with the launch by Dragon's Den star Theo Paphitis, of the Carbon Trust's Big Business Refit campaign.