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policymaker

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpolicymakerpol‧i‧cy‧mak‧er /ˈpɒləsiˌmeɪkə $ ˈpɑːləsiˌmeɪkər/ noun [countable]  someone who decides what an organization’s or government’s policies will be
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policymakerCity policymakers found this definition easy to accept for several reasons.In doing so it is intended to make a significant contribution to information for policymakers.At first glance this might sound like a cop-out for policymakers who don't want to pay their share.For one, Blinder said he favors increased public knowledge about the intentions of policymakers at the secretive Fed.As well as grappling with the weakness of output, policymakers are contending with another emerging markets crisis.Some policymakers believe the gunmen are tied to former pro-army paramilitaries.Last week saw talk of intervention to underpin the euro, a sure sign that policymakers are starting to be concerned.In response to the protesters, Western policymakers often trot out the line that globalisation is good for the poor.
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