vulture capitalism

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00:55 Jun 3, 2020
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English term or phrase: vulture capitalism
Definition from Merriam-Webster dictionary:
A form of venture capitalism in which aggressive methods are used to buy a distressed business with the intention of selling it at a profit.

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  • Vulture capitalism is allowed and facilitated by existing laws and regulations. These need to be changed to restrict private financial gain at the expense of our society and economy. Vulture capitalism is like pollution, it harms the public good while private interests benefit. Lippit's policy and politics blog
  • There are many smart, concrete, not pie-in-the-sky ideas about how we can recalibrate our economy, return it to fairness, how we can reimagine it as one built not on vulture capitalism but on democratic capitalism. The Washington Post
  • Vulture capitalism thrives because public debate so rarely articulates the necessary role of the state to care for the most vulnerable in our midst. The Guardian
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5Vahşi kapitalizm
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Vahşi kapitalizm


Definition from https://www.dw.com/tr/vahşi-kapitalizm-:
Vahşi kapitalizm pandemiden güçlenerek çıkacak.

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Explanation:
"Vahşi Kapitalizm" yerine halk arasında kullanılan "çakal ticareti" de kullanılabilir ancak yaygın kullanım vahşi kapitalizm şeklindedir.
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