Europe was stymied not just by its desire to mollycoddle its own farmers, but by the EU's cumbersome decision-making process.
They made just three movies together—“When the Clouds Roll By” (1919), “The Mollycoddle” (1920), and the mock documentary “Around the World in Eighty Minutes” (1931)—but they became lifelong friends.
Local governments in the north-east mollycoddle their industrial champions by giving them preference in procurement contracts.
It is often said that central banks, notably the Fed, mollycoddle markets by delaying interest-rate rises while they are unsettled.
Margrethe Vestager, the bloc’s respected competition chief, who repeatedly kiboshed political efforts to mollycoddle favoured industries, is probably on her way out (of her current job; she will almost certainly stay in Brussels).
- a pampered darling; an effeminate man
- treat with excessive indulgence
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