control trade

See: monopolize
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He said that government, instead of promoting export by resolving the fundamental issue of high cost of doing business particularly in Punjab, takes impractical and illogical ways to control trade deficit.
LAHORE -- Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) on Monday called for immediate measures to control trade imbalance and surge in foreign debts.
They said that government, instead of promoting exports by resolving the fundamental issue of high cost of doing business particularly in Punjab, is taking impractical and illogical ways to control trade deficit.
He suggested that the government quarters should join heads with the private sector for finding out a methodology for increasing the exports of the country that is a prerequisite to control trade deficit.
In threatening to sabotage the Trans-Pacific Partnership by opposing US ratification of the 12-nation pact, Trump is, in effect, stepping aside to allow China to control trade and investment in the Asia Pacific region," explains journalist and author Anthony Rowley.
Appendix III includes species protected by at least one country that needs assistance from other parties to control trade.
British Airways said: "French Air Traffic Control trade unions are expected to hold another set of strike action on 2, 3, 4 and 5 June - which will make 11 days of unnecessary disruption for customers in just over two months.
I understand the need to control trade union power but there is a danger that I perceive, that cutting off funding to the Labour Party could be seen as unfair and not necessarily good for the democratic process.
To a question regarding line of control trade with India the spokesperson said that Pakistan had decided to resume trade through Line of Control in the best interest of Kashmiris.
The30-taper machining center that's envisioned theoretically would not be subjected to export control trade orders.
We certainly don't want to slow down consumption, and we really can't control trade because it's partly up to international market demand," Mr Xie said.
New licensing arrangements for apple imports have come under fire from critics who fear they could be used to control trade.