deregulation

[ US /diˌɹɛɡjəˈɫeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /diːɹˌɛɡjuːlˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of freeing from regulation (especially from governmental regulations)
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How To Use deregulation In A Sentence

  • Edison played a major role in crafting the 1996 deregulation law.
  • NARRATOR: The stage was set for deregulation of the U. S. economy, and now these ideas were about to make their entrance in the very homeland of Gilbert and Sullivan.
  • The electric power deregulation has led electric power enterprises very difficult to do integrated resources planning(IRP) because generation, transmission and distribution were to be unbundled.
  • What we await is another deregulation bill that, like the 1997 deregulation solved the most specific and important constraint. Matthew Yglesias » FDR, Reagan and Our Current Predicament
  • Its watchwords are free markets, privatisation, deregulation, flexibility, downsizing.
  • The bacon-flavored themes probably aren't purposefully repetitive, but that's OK because these seemingly unrelated story lines share a common bond: They are each part of what might be called piggish capitalism-an economic theory that mixes subsidization, consolidation and deregulation and that now endangers us all. In These Times
  • Carter had advocated deregulation, but he approached reform via legislation whereas his successor sought the same end primarily through administrative action.
  • Asian airlines remain untouched by the deregulation that has swept America.
  • Graham of the obstructionist party who has no plan, who has had no plan other than tax cuts for the rich, deregulation of those same rich, and wars galore, is accusing the Obama administration of doing a terrible job running the country. Graham: Dems engaging in 'seedy Chicago politics'
  • As usual, it's overwhelmingly the rich who get the pleasure while the poor put up with lousy services and fares which have rocketed since deregulation.
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