The theory and system of political economy prevailing in Europe following the drop of feudalism, centered on national guidelines of amassing bullion, setting up colonies and a merchant marine, and establishing industry and mining to realize a favorable balance of trade.
The practice, methods, or spirit of merchants; commercialism.
An economic principle that keeps the prosperity of a nation is dependent upon its supply of money, hence the worldwide amount of trade is "unchangeable".
The mercantile nature or character; devotion to trade and commerce; extortionate relevance attached to traffic, or to change of values by any means.
In governmental business economics, the mercantile system, or even the theories embodied inside. See mercantile.
transactions (sales and acquisitions) obtaining the goal of providing commodities (products or services)
an economic system (European countries in eighteenth century) to improve a nation's wide range by federal government regulation of all the country's commercial interests