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one who is occupied with or expert in large-scale financial affairs

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a conservative advocate of capitalism

of or relating to capitalism or capitalists

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favoring or practicing capitalism

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The success of capitalism has raised the standard of living of the mass of the population in capitalist countries.
The monetarist macroeconomic policies were costly for the capitalists as well.
The study will focus upon Ghose's portrayal of the socio-political reality from the Marxist perspective, the impact of the alliance between the ruling elite and the capitalists to the detriment of the ordinary people and the country itself.
Keller concluded, “Women have to perceive themselves as capitalists to establish real power and influence.
Venture capitalists look to invest in cutting-edge and disruptive technology, often generated at universities, he said.
He is so wary of powerful venture capitalists that he remained anonymous until last month.
The GMB union has hit out at tax relief on loans used by venture capitalists to buy companies such as the AA and bid for Sainsbury's.
3 million in "angel" investments--money from wealthy individuals who frequently are organized into investment pools--by early 2005 and could boast a dozen customers and $300,000 in revenues, it was stymied: venture capitalists were balking.
As a result, capitalists are always looking to the future.
The research and resulting model is grounded in 65 semistructured interviews with venture capitalists in emerging economies around East Asia.
Critical theorists often attack economic capitalists for focusing excessively on profit.
SAN FRANCISCO - Venture capitalists curtailed their investments in the third quarter, suggesting the financiers who bankrolled the dot-com boom are taking a more sober approach to the revived interest in high-tech startups.
2] By the sixteenth century agrarian capitalists in England began evicting peasant farmers from traditional locations and relationships, beginning the transformation of peasants (small farmers who worked as Little as twenty-five acres) into disenfranchised unskilled workers with nothing to sell but their own labor.
President Jiang Zemin had also raised hopes by suggesting that not only capitalists, but believers, could become party members.