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Synonyms for monopoly

exclusive control or possession


Words related to monopoly

(economics) a market in which there are many buyers but only one seller

exclusive control or possession of something

a board game in which players try to gain a monopoly on real estate as pieces advance around the board according to the throw of a die

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As the history of the long-distance market shows, we need a transitionary period of demonopolization before we can move towards complete deregulation.
Klaus abruptly dismisses the idea of privatizing telecommunications despite spotty service in the republic and radical demonopolization of the industry worldwide.
Many economists had insisted that price liberalization could only be accomplished after a substantial and time-consuming demonopolization of the economy.
Mary Evslin said: "The United States has led both by example and persuasion in the worldwide deregulation and demonopolization of telecommunications.
State Committee for Privatization, Demonopolization and Development of Competition;
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine shall adopt a decision on demonopolization of the property assessment market and on establishment of the State Regulatory Service of Ukraine.
The major exception is the United Kingdom, where the unbundling has been followed by strong demonopolization and privatization of the incumbent operator in order to start a real change in the market for railway services.
VoIP is a force for increased competition: Voice over IP has been the engine of demonopolization around the world because it reduces the barriers and capital costs that would otherwise have made it difficult if not impossible for new entrants to challenge former monopolies.
This condition may also require that sufficient progress toward privatization and demonopolization has been achieved.