deregulating : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dee reg yuh lay ting

  • n  the act of freeing from regulation (especially from governmental regulations)
  • v  lift the regulations on

  • Skilling wanted an "asset-light" company that could rapidly exploit deregulating markets for energy, water, broadband capacity and anything else that could be traded.
  • Obama goes after McCain's remarks suggesting he's for deregulating the health insurance market, comparing it to the banking system, in Florida speech.
  • The Land of Lincolner's latest TV spot points to his rival's statement where he suggests he's for deregulating the health insurance market, comparing it to the banking system.
News & Articles

  • Morocco to begin cutting subsidies in two weeks
    By Aziz El Yaakoubi RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco will begin deregulating prices for some basic goods in the next two weeks, its first step towards reducing subsidies, its general affairs minister told Reuters. The Islamist-led government has delayed reforms to subsidies and pensions recommended by the International Monetary Fund because of their political sensitivity. ...
    June 21, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News

  • Andy Stern in New York Times
    As Andy Stern, president of the huge Service Employees International Union, told me on Friday: "We've had a 25-year experience with market-worshipping, deregulating, privatizing, trickle-down policies, and it has ended us up with the greatest...
  • Mitt Romney in FOXNews
    The price of the premium for an individual, 42 years old, in Boston, used to be $350 a month. Now, it's $180. We basically cut it in half by deregulating,Romney said.

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