liberalise :

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  • v  become more liberal
  • v  make liberal or more liberal, of laws and rules

  • Phil Goff in Sydney Morning Herald
    With many APEC members seeing the prospect of a Asia Pacific free trade area as a long term goal, Goff said "the alternative is to create a bottom-up process where like-minded countries agree to come together to liberalise trade between them at a...
  • Benita Ferrero-Waldner in EUbusiness (press release)
    We're going to tell them that it's very, very important to liberalise the markets in that sector. We want more reciprocity, more transparency, more openness,Ferrero-Waldner said.
  • Thabo Mbeki in
    Bold steps have been taken further to liberalise the telecommunications industry,Mbeki said.

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