mercantile system

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Synonyms for mercantile system

an economic system (Europe in 18th century) to increase a nation's wealth by government regulation of all of the nation's commercial interests

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Venetian merchants are considered to be the creators of the first mercantile system and Venice is considered to be the birthplace of capitalism (Lane, 1963).
All documents and records will have to be maintained and books of account will have to be prepared on the mercantile system of accounting.
International trade policies under the mercantile system were based on the view that international economic relations amounted to a zero-sum game in which one nation's gain must be another nation's loss.
The stock market and the modern mercantile system originated in London and the City has been at the centre of trade and commerce for centuries.
No, it seems some form of mercantile system is essential, if only so that I can get the bus home tonight without arguing over how far I can get in exchange for two picture stories and a restaurant review.
Most of them had come into the Mercantile system when it acquired the TCBankshares and the Horizon.