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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishregulatoryreg‧u‧la‧to‧ry /ˌreɡjəˈleɪtəri $ ˈreɡjələtɔːri/ AWL adjective formal  RULE/REGULATIONa regulatory authority has the official power to control an activity and to make sure that it is done in a satisfactory wayregulatory body/authority/agency New drugs have been approved by the regulatory authority.
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regulatorySometimes it has been satisfied that no further regulatory action is required.the Nuclear Regulatory CommissionFigure 12.4 shows the links between supervisors and institutions, and emphasises the complexity of the regulatory framework.Of course, these media do operate under constraints, based on regulatory guidelines for balanced and accurate content.regulatory body/authority/agencyAdditionally, you should consider contacting the appropriate regulatory body.He has constantly tried to destroy the regulatory agencies.Pfaelzer also ordered Keating to pay $ 122 million in restitution to federal regulatory authorities.These will be a regulatory authority, infrastructure company, operations holding company and an equipment company.Though regulatory authorities send folks reports on their pension savings every four months, few people actually read them.An independent regulatory body should monitor the performance of all operators.It is a characteristic of both adjudicatory and regulatory bodies that they produce a binding determination of the issue before them.A key question is whether firms should be able to decide which regulatory body to join.
From Longman Business Dictionaryregulatoryreg‧u‧la‧to‧ry /ˌregjəˈleɪtəriˈregjələtɔːri/ adjectiveLAW having the purpose of controlling an activity, system, or industry, especially by rulesThe industry has set up a number of regulatory bodies.the regulatory authority for the marketing of life assurance and unit trusts
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