friction-free capitalism

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A term coined by the US founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates (1955–  ), to refer to the enhanced efficiency of markets resulting from the widespread use of the Internet; this is held to have abolished such traditional market imperfections as physical distance, lack of information, lack of choice, and local regulation.

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