deregulation

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See also: dérégulation

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de- +‎ regulation

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deregulation (countable and uncountable, plural deregulations)

  1. The process of removing constraints, especially government-imposed economic regulation.
    Some say the airline industry has not been profitable since Ronald Reagan began deregulation.

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