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(1) Asian airlines remain untouched by the deregulation that has swept America.
(2) Since deregulation, banks are permitted to set their own interest rates.
(3) Prices have gone up 61 percent since deregulation. Sentencedict.com
(4) Couldn't the deregulation of broadcasting lead to a lowering of standards?
(5) Carter had advocated deregulation, but he approached reform via legislation whereas his successor sought the same end primarily through administrative action.
(6) Since deregulation in 1979, dozens of airlines have gone out of business and dozens more have come into existence.
(7) The deregulation of the capital market brought with it the need for increased investor protection.
(8) Supporters of deregulation in the electric industry argue that resulting competition will mean lower rates for the consumer.
(9) First, the rhetoric of deregulation has not matched the reality: enterprise zones and Freeports have largely proved mundane.
(10) The fact that there is now total deregulation will have a serious effect on small shops.
(11) Since deregulation of bus services some routes may have been altered or replaced.
(12) The financial sector prepared itself for full deregulation and open competition with foreign institutions.
(13) You've got to remember that at the time, deregulation was looked on as an open cash-register.
(14) Thus some of the benefits of deregulation had been eroded by 1990.
(15) The privatization programme also covers schemes to promote deregulation and competition in the economy.
(16) This examines the impact of deregulation and advances in technology on the operations of financial firms.
(17) We can see then, that deregulation is allowed, but that limits are placed upon it.
(18) A similar package of stabilisation, privatisation and deregulation policies was pioneered by Margaret Thatcher.
(19) Growing competition sent smaller carriers, many of them start-ups after deregulation, to the wall.
(20) North Sea oil and gas are enjoying a record expansion thanks to our policies of deregulation and low taxation.
(21) But the pace and complexity will increase dramatically under deregulation, as will the number of electricity vendors, energy analysts say.
(22) In fact, it was better positioned than ever for the world of deregulation and competition.
(23) As a result, he is far more cautious than Mr Ozawa on deregulation.
(24) But while Congress has wrestled with that issue, there has been only piecemeal deregulation.
(25) The trend in financial markets today is, however, towards a process of deregulation in the form of financial diversification.
(26) With the gates yet to come down, there is little agreement on how deregulation might shake out in the industry.
(27) Heherson Alvarez said disagreements over the taxation of imported petroleum products has stalled the passage of an oil industry deregulation bill.
(28) A second important theme in the evolving urban debate after 1979 is the issue of deregulation and decontrol.
(29) Change has become a constant in the turbulent economy of deregulation and global competition.
(30) Similarly, pressures from certain sectors within the financial services industry itself have pushed towards deregulation.
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