“Reagan decontrolled oil and natural-gas prices almost immediately upon moving into the White House.”
“Even though many of the apartments have been decontrolled, net income has barely risen.”
“Then, in October 2009, a court ruled that the partnership had improperly decontrolled the rent for thousands of apartments, and would have to return them to their original status.”
“Future increases then follow the CPI, or the apartment is decontrolled entirely.”
“India last month fully market-linked prices of gasoline and partly decontrolled prices of diesel while raising prices of cooking fuels to wean the government off a massive subsidy burden.”
“Commodities like steel and cement were decontrolled years ago.”
“The government increased the price of diesel by 2 rupees a liter and said the fuel will also be decontrolled in the near-future, though it didn't say by when.”
“If it were decontrolled, it would cost his constituents millions of dollars.”
“In Britain, under Labour, nicotine use fell because tobacco was controlled and taxed, while alcohol use rose because it was decontrolled and made cheaper.”
“Not surprisingly, they vanished once Ronald Reagan finally decontrolled all energy prices, one of his first acts as president in January 1981.”
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