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As of Fall 2017, the Department had initiated 76 regulatory actions and 82 deregulatory actions, with 31 additional deregulatory actions anticipated in 2018.
What's more, the courts will likely stand in the way, or at least delay, many of the controversial deregulatory moves of the Trump administration.
AFR stated that a "disturbing number of lawmakers are once again willing to act as shills for Wall Street and its discredited deregulatory agenda," adding that it's "unlikely that this dangerous bill or anything like it will become law.
So, as I said at the beginning, the fact that we're now seeing mornings in blue America solid job growth both at the national level and in states that have defied the right's tax-cutting, deregulatory orthodoxy is a big problem for conservatives.
regulatory and deregulatory policies in the twenty-first century.
The Law Commission is conducting a wholesale review of taxi law, which will be "fundamentally deregulatory.
By Islamabad, January 31, 2011 (Frontier Star): Petroleum Ministry has finalized the proposal of fixing the petroleum prices on deregulatory basis in the country that will create 7 to 8 rupees difference between the intra-city prices.
ISLAMABAD, January 31, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Petroleum Ministry has finalized the proposal of fixing the petroleum prices on deregulatory basis in the country that will create 7 to 8 rupees difference between the intra-city prices.
to lower their prices as a deregulatory measure to facilitate sales of nonprescription drug products took effect in early June.
Obama repeatedly tied his opponent to Bush's "failed deregulatory policies.
The deregulatory move is a part of the government's efforts to improve the business environment for foreign investors.
The latest deregulatory step is in line with the government's Asian Gateway initiative to promote international exchange in Asia, which was unveiled in May.
After a deregulatory measure that took effect in 2005, Kyushu Electric began delivering last November about 1,500 to 2,500 kilowatts of electricity to a Jusco supermarket in the city of Hiroshima, operated by mass retailer Aeon Co.
It is therefore crucial the Government pushes ahead with the deregulatory agenda.
He also promised to continue efforts to get the economy out of deflation and further vitalize it through such schemes as special deregulatory zones and a campaign to boost tourism.