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price control

noun as in fixed price

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US restaurant sales are back to pre-pandemic levels, and the companies argue the price control is no longer related to a public-health emergency but “driven by naked animosity towards third-party platforms.”

From Quartz

“New York City Council passed harmful, unnecessary, and unconstitutional price controls which leave us no choice but to resolve this matter in court, as we did in San Francisco,” a DoorDash spokesman said in a statement.

Those permanent price controls will harm not only Plaintiffs, but also the revitalization of the very local restaurants that the City claims to serve.

Yet, the City of New York has taken the extraordinary measure of imposing permanent price controls on a private and highly competitive industry—the facilitation of food ordering and delivery through third-party platforms.

It became accepted on all sides that price control was the one method to correct the inequalities of war conditions.

Price control had an effect on the morale of large strata of the population.

Unless the Price Control Act is renewed there will be no limit to which our price levels would soar.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to price control, such as: restraint, credit squeeze, economic pressure, price-fixing, price freeze, and prix fixe.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.