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Price regulation is the practice of governments dictating how much certain commodities or products may be sold for both in the retail marketplace and at other stages in the production process.
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Price regulation is the practice of governments dictating how much certain commodities or products may be sold for both in the retail marketplace and at other stages in the production process.
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