Definition of Liberalisation. Meaning of Liberalisation. Synonyms of Liberalisation

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Definition of Liberalisation

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Meaning of Liberalisation from wikipedia

- Liberalization (or liberalisation) is any process whereby a state lifts restrictions on some private individual activities. Liberalization occurs when...
- The economic liberalisation in India refers to the economic liberalisation of the country's economic policies, initiated in 1991 with the goal of making...
- region Economic liberalisation in India Economic liberalisation in Botswana Economic liberalisation in Myanmar Economic liberalisation in ****stan Effects...
- Energy liberalisation refers to the liberalisation of energy markets, with specific reference to electricity generation markets, by bringing greater competition...
- satellite. Indian telecom industry underwent a high pace of market liberalisation and growth since the 1990s and now has become the world's most competitive...
- Privatization, also spelled privatisation, can mean different things including moving something from the public sector into the private sector. It is also...
- negotiations must constantly pedal towards greater liberalisation. To achieve greater liberalisation, decision makers must appeal to the greater welfare...
- The Economic liberalisation in ****stan refers to a policy measure programme in order to promote and accelerate the economic independence and development...
- liberalised its economy. Economic and infrastructure integration with China has increased significantly since the 1978 start of market liberalisation...
- mid-1948 currency reform in Western Germany, and was sped up by the liberalisation of European economic policy that the Marshall Plan (1948–1951) both...
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