having the power to control an area of business or industry and make sure that it is operating fairly
a regulatory organization or company controls an activity, process, or industry
Well, sort of. The China Securities Regulatory Commission certainly seems to have taken a step back.
He said that "there is a critical need for a database on toxicity and a regulatory framework for nanomaterial use, handling and disposal" .
New regulatory rules are expected to limit how much the biggest banks can make from trading for their own accounts.
Toyota's running into its own regulatory roadblocks trying to partner up with companies to mine and refine rare earths in Vietnam.
Turek and his team propose that this change in the sleep regulatory system is reflective of an allostatic response.
The bank in effect closed its Swiss-based US operation last November but said the move had not followed any specific US regulatory action.
In the telephone interview, the FTC's Mr. Leibowitz said he isn't sure how much regulatory thinking may converge in Beijing and Washington.
' 'For better or for worse, we are in a pretty solid position in terms of fulfilling regulatory requirements, ' he said.
Mr Obama's regulatory surge would be less damaging if it had not followed one by Mr Bush, Mr Mandel says.
'There's going to be a learning or adjustment process as Chinese companies adapt to different regulatory or disclosure regimes, ' he said.