- un- + level (Wiktionary)
“E also will "unlevel" the playing field in Guam's already competitive telecom market, according to GTA, which plans to raise its questions to federal regulatory agencies that deal with telecom.”
“Using government to protect profits isnt ‘free markets’ what 41 of these CEOs realize is that by buying government to protect profits makes an unlevel playing field.”
“There are fears the commission's Welfare of Laying Hens Directive, which has taken a decade to draw up, will create an "unlevel playing field" that penalises British producers.”
“While I admit it is ironic that Ms. Jackson is talking about leveling the playing field when she serves an administration determined to create an unlevel playing field when it comes to power generation, she is right that coal and all power sources should abide by the same air and water quality standards.”
“The unlevel playing field on regulatory reform, leading to higher capital requirements for the Swiss firms, will lower their returns on equity and compress valuations.”
“They see the unlevel playing field created and sustained by a federal safety net that looks a lot like a hammock for the filthy rich.”
““Forcing free market plans to compete with these government-run programs would create an unlevel playing field and inevitably doom true competition.””
“John Dugan, the U.S. comptroller of the currency, whose office regulates national banks, said the changes could "create an unlevel playing field" that would unfairly impose requirements on banks that wouldn't have to be met by financial institutions that aren't federally insured banks but also participate in the market for asset-backed securities.”
““Level playing field” – accomplished by making playing field unlevel”
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