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vested interest

noun     /ˌves.tɪdˈɪn.tər.est/ US  /-t̬ɚ-/
[C] a strong personal interest in something because you could get an advantage from it 既得利益 As both a teacher and parent, she had a vested interest in seeing the school remain open. 身為教師兼家長,保證學校不被關閉符合她的既得利益。 Unfairness and favouring someone unfairlyJustice and fairness
vested interests [plural] often disapproving
people or organizations who have a financial or personal interest in a business, company or existing system 既得利益人群;既得利益集團 A compromise has to be reached between all the powerful vested interests before any restoration work in the city can take place. 勢力強大的各既得利益集團間必須先達成妥協,城市整修工作才有可能開始。 Savings, interest and capitalBusiness and commerce - general words
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