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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of liberalize.


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  • He further liberalizes the economy, and then whittles away civic freedoms while encouraging a clan of security service veterans to grab the commanding heights of business.

    The Return

  • Meanwhile, JAL now faces life under an "open skies" agreement with the U.S. that liberalizes flights between the two countries.

    The Cost of JAL's Long Delay

  • Will Hong Kong's traffic projections hold up if or when mainland China liberalizes visa or customs rules, making it easier for passengers and freight to transit in Beijing or Shanghai?

    Runway Inflation in Hong Kong

  • Taiwan and China signed a landmark trade deal last year that reduces tariffs and trade barriers, and liberalizes cross-strait investment.

    Taiwan Sets Election Date

  • The more China liberalizes its economy, the more fully it will liberate the potential of its people.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • Last Friday, the Indian government put into effect a new policy on FDI, which liberalizes the legal framework for investment.

    Delhi's Mixed Message on FDI

  • The weekly Baltimore-Havana flight that starts March 21 will find it challenging to sustain itself unless the White House further liberalizes travel for the rest of us.

    John McAuliff: How Obama Can Truly Open Cuba To Travelers

  • U.S. President Barack Obama said in a statement the TPP is aimed at establishing "a comprehensive, next-generation regional agreement that liberalizes trade and investment, and addresses new and traditional trade issues and 21st century challenges."

    New Zealand: Japan Must Include Rice in TPP Talks

  • France believes including the yuan in the SDR basket could down the line encourage a faster appreciation of the yuan; the U.S. has stressed, however, that the yuan can only be included in the SDR basket if Beijing liberalizes its currency policy.

    Beijing to Discuss Currency in Meeting

  • Taiwan ' s stock market has risen nearly 12% since a landmark trade deal that reduces tariffs and trade barriers, and liberalizes cross-strait investment rules was signed in June.

    Taiwan Voters Support Ruling Party in Elections


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