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The country's immigration policies have begun to liberalize.
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Belarus liberalized its visa regime early this year, giving visa-free entry to a number of European countries.
Zhou’s comments follow market speculation that policy makers may soon further liberalize the currency.
Since the Affordable Care Act liberalized qualifying standards, the ranks of Oregonians on the program for the low-income have swelled from 600,000 to more than a million, or one in four.
In January 2013, Cuba liberalized its migratory policies by doing away with a reviled exit visa and permitting Cubans to travel and stay abroad for up to two years without losing their rights as Cuban citizens.
As part of his plan to overhaul the kingdom’s oil-dependent economy, the prince, with the backing of his father, the king, is also seeking to liberalize its society.
The reality is that both actors — right-wing agitators and an ever-liberalizing Democratic Party — mutually reinforced each other’s roles in activating Trump’s rise.
While solidifying his power, Kim Jong Un has liberalized the economy and improved conditions in a country plagued by a deadly famine in the 1990s.
In 2017, the Episcopal Church is perhaps the most prominent face of progressive Christianity — with its leaders on the forefront of liberalizing changes on race, gender and sexuality.
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