deregulatory UK US /ˌdiːreɡjʊˈleɪtəri/ US  /diˈreɡjələtɔri/ adjective [before noun] ECONOMICS, POLITICS
used to describe the removal of government controls from a business activity: »

Japan's Finance Ministry announced deregulatory measures to encourage Japanese investors to invest more overseas.

Compare REGULATORY(Cf. ↑regulatory)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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