deregulate : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dee reg yuh layt

  • v  lift the regulations on

  • That's right, he wants to deregulate the insurance industry just like he fought to deregulate the banking industry.
  • So we're trying to open up, to deregulate, to liberalize as much as possible.
  • McCain says he will deregulate aswe have done over the last decade in banking.
News & Articles

  • Legislators to vote on telecommunications bill amendment
    Legislation to ensure that telephone service in the state is fully deregulated except for the most basic customers is headed for a vote by the full Legislature, after advocates for low-income and elderly residents failed to win support for measures they say would have protected consumer interests.
    June 21, 2013 - New Hampshire Union Leader

  • Barack Obama in
    He wants to deregulate the insurance industry like he fought to deregulate the banking industry,Obama said. "We can all see how well that turned out."
  • Jim Oberstar in Forbes
    We did not deregulate aviation in 1978 to create consolidation of the industry, but rather to expand competition,Oberstar said. "And we're at a point now where consolidation will result in a rather rapid collapse of the industry into two...
  • John Howard in The Age
    He has set the standard for what it means to be a superior general counsel, paving the way for the restructuring of the communications marketplace, leading the charge to deregulate telecommunications companies following the Telecom Act of 1996, and... Ivan Seidenberg MarketWatch Sep 29, 2008 26690 35472 deregulating Mr Howard said: We have no intention of deregulating university fees, nor have we any intention of introducing HECS for TAFE courses...... The Government will not be introducing an American-style higher education system. There will be no $100,000...

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