transitive verbdecontrolled, decontrolling
1(prices) desregularizar(prices) liberalizar
- In 1984 the new government decontrolled the foreign exchange markets.
- Innovative policies will come out only when prices are fully decontrolled.
- In 1978 Carter secured legislation that fostered conservation and decontrolled the price of some domestic natural gas.
- The current government has decontrolled prices, reduced subsidies to factories, and abolished central economic planning.
- Countries accepting US aid had to sign bilateral pacts agreeing to decontrol prices, stabilize their exchange rates, and balance their budgets.