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What is corporatism?

Corporatism, also known as corporatocracy, is characterised by influence or control of a state or political organisation by large economic interest groups, typically corporations.

Under corporatism, corporations have significant influence on government regulations and the regulators that monitor them, ensuring that any regulations that exist will favour entrenched interests, thus preventing new entrants into the market from effectively competing and establishing themselves.

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