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old economy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishold economyˌold eˈconomy (also the Old Economy) noun [singular]  an economic system that is based on older types of industry such as steel, energy, and machinery Is the Old Economy really dead?old economy adjective [only before noun] old economy practices
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old economyHe destroys all the humbug of the talk of equality-from domestic to workplace, from old economy to new technology.All three served at the pinnacles of the old economy.
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