Definition of mercantilistic in English:

mercantilistic

Pronunciation /ˌmərkəntiˈlistik/ /-ˌtē-/ /-ˌtī-/

adjective

See mercantilism

‘American capitalism began with English colonial policy, which established basically free markets internally, combined with mercantilistic regulations to control international trade.’
  • ‘From having lived in different countries I think I'd claim the more mercantilistic a society the more unwilling it is to support art and the more people you find who say artists are wasting taxpayers' money.’