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He said that deregulation would bring in investments into the sector and also encourage the establishment of private refineries in the country.
Edward said: 'deregulation is the answer and the government must talk to the people and let them understand the advantages.
'Government must also show that in the areas where there was deregulation, people are gaining and that whatever comes in as funds will be used for the benefit of the people.
Objectives: The present study focused on assessing cognitive deficits and emotional deregulation as predictors of depression in pre/post patients of general surgery.
Cognitive failure scale was used for cognitive deficits, emotional deregulation scale for assessing emotional disturbances and PHQ-9 (patient health questionnaire) was used for measuring depression in included patients.
Results: In pre-assessment, the mean scores of cognitive deficits, emotional deregulation and depressive symptoms were higher as compared to post-surgery assessments (p<0.001).
The deregulatory agency would bear the political responsibility for selecting and passing the deregulations, not lawmakers.
In this way, the president can allow deregulations without taking an explicit action to do so.
Accountants are critical, and a strong legal team is essential especially now, in the era of deregulation.
Given the railroad's intimate relationship to coal, the seven percent relating to railroad deregulation might be of interest to many interested in energy economics.
For the subsequent deregulated industries that are considered, articles cover the historical and legal process of the regulation pretty thoroughly as well as the details of the deregulation (e.g.
For example, we believe that the NCAA's first major piece of deregulation -- amending the rule that reserved Fridays for high school football -- was a mistake.
Several other college associations likewise expressed their dismay at the deregulation.
But the observation that deregulation has occurred in some markets in some places naturally raises the question, Why has it not occurred in all markets, everywhere?
It attempts to explain as a purely descriptive matter why there is often little pressure for deregulation. No broad normative conclusion is advanced (or warranted) that deregulation is not a good thing or that it should never be attempted.