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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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Several devices have been introduced and adopted by the capitalists with a view to correcting the evils and righting the wrongs of the capitalist system.
Capitalists have to compete for the accumulation of capital.
The question she raised was this: where does the effective demand come from, in order to buy the expanded set of commodities whose sale is required in order for capitalists to realise a profit?
He pointed out that the government's generosity towards elite had no limit as it had awarded more than three hundred billion rupees exemption in duties and taxes through various SROs to the crony capitalists adding as why the government was so parsimonious towards marginalized as it was contemplating to starve the poorest of the poor.
When capitalists purchase the services of factors of production ...
It in turn required turning the balance of power between the workers and the capitalists to the favour of the capitalists.
Keywords: Capitalists, Ruling Elite Class, Ideology, Capitalism, Privileged, Colonization, Oppression
"World's capitalists get the maximum benefit from natural resources by encouraging extravagance," Ahmadinejad added.
It is crucial that venture capitalists recognize that venture capital in emerging markets may appear similar to what they know and understand in the developed markets.
Venture capitalists have collectively raised record funds for investment in the last few years.
For the tech veteran, the venture would test his ability to acquire financing from skeptical venture capitalists burned by dot-bombs.
"Critical theorists often attack economic capitalists for focusing excessively on profit.
Teschke is right to argue that they were not capitalists. They made wealth from sharecropping, not from asserting control over production to augment efficiency and do better than competitors.
It is also that those who are purchasing that capacity to perform labor have one thing and only one thing that interests them--profits (and more profits); that is to say, the purchasers of labor-power are capitalists, and their goal is to make their capital grow.