relax rules/laws/restrictions, etc.

relax rules/laws/restrictions, etc.
relax rules/laws/restrictions, etc.
to make rules, laws, etc. less severe: »

The government is to relax restrictions on companies and individuals holding foreign currencies.

Main Entry: relax

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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