bureaucratic in a sentence

In fact, this is a major means of bureaucratic control.

We faced several bureaucratic hurdles getting our product onto the market in China, but the pay-off has been tremendous.

In his 1965 study, John Porter concluded that the corporate elite in Canada was more powerful than the political, labor, bureaucratic, or ideological elites.

It is a highly bureaucratic form of discrimination that helps nobody.

You can trace all sorts of chronic business ills to bureaucratic behavior.

NASA has gotten very bureaucratic, just like every other government agency.

It was a bureaucratic way of saying that, unfortunately, America had been mistaken.

This may well turn out to be nothing more than an embarrassing bureaucratic blunder.

It’s not a political decision, it’s more of an administrative, bureaucratic result.”

It’s frustrating when help is offered and not being accepted for bureaucratic reasons.

Gay rights campaigners in China still face harassment from authorities or bureaucratic roadblocks.