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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunregulatedun‧reg‧u‧lat‧ed /ʌnˈreɡjəleɪtɪd/ AWL adjective  not controlled by a government or law an unregulated banking system
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unregulatedIn 1992-93 a fifth of revenues will be unregulated.It has recently become an issue because it is so visible and entirely unregulated.Without these skills, we risk creating a new tier of unregulated and unaccountable decision-making.It now leaves him free to criticise other results of the massively funded but unregulated conservation industry.But even if that step is taken, there still are likely to be myriad unregulated details.Each market is a free, unregulated market and is perfectly competitive.Although we don't know it yet, the golden age of the unregulated market is past.
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