government regulation


government regulation
government regulation UK US noun [C or U] GOVERNMENT, LAW
a law that controls the way that a business can operate, or all of these laws considered together: »

Voters want some government regulation to prevent these financial disasters from happening.

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Government regulations may be needed to restrict land and water use.

government regulation of sth »

Government regulation of Internet calls could crush the company's growth.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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