The last 10 years produced far more than the financial crisis and resulting overregulation
The government can do things that can severely harm our industry's competitiveness, such as overregulation
and outdated tax systems, but it can also help us better compete by strengthening policies that make growth and innovation a top priority," Allmond said.
They say overregulation
may jeopardise new investments.
With this market still plagued by an overbuilding overhang and banking overregulation
, the European investors will be favorably in-clined towards residential real property.
But while overregulation
is thinning our ranks, the elimination of the credit union tax exemption would wipe us out almost completely.
In an attack on the Prime Minister's Third Way thinking, he claimed Mr Blair's plans to make Britain a global "Mammoth beast" of overregulation
would make its nation status extinct.
What we don't want is an overreaction and a movement to overregulation
From the financial crisis and the Great Recession to the ongoing fight against overregulation
, credit unions have had to prove themselves again and again by adapting to the ever-changing environment while keeping their focus on what is best for their members.
Shortages of essential medicines that already occur, owing largely to FDA overregulation
, will become worse under ObamaCare.
He said: "Our task is to roll back the Labour tide of state interference and high taxation, to redefine what Government does and do it better, to wage a relentless war on waste and overregulation
is not just choking credit unions, it is choking our economy.
will highlight in a Hudson Institute address on Tuesday, July 17, how excessive debt, spending, and overregulation
in Washington are impeding economic growth, and how pro-growth tax reform-combined with a long-term plan to restore solvency to Social Security and Medicare-would cause our economy to take off.