Meaning of deregulatory in English:

deregulatory

See synonyms for deregulatory

adjective

See deregulate

‘The government should place top priority on creating new jobs in such a way as to offer incentives to the companies that increase employment and take bolder deregulatory measures to provide better circumstances for doing business.’
  • ‘In the present deregulatory climate, however, it is not surprising that a recent proposed bill introducing six weeks of parental leave to be financed by employers' levies has not progressed beyond a select committee.’
  • ‘The measure's deregulatory origins forgotten, it became a program of ‘targeted investment.’’
  • ‘Both arise from applying a deregulatory formula rather than optimising the complementary roles of government and markets in a mixed economy.’
  • ‘The party has not tried to disguise its new deregulatory approach, which is causing unease among party radicals.’