Controlled commodities

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Controlled commodities

Commodities regulated by the Commodities Exchange Act of 1936 in order to prevent fraud and manipulation in commodities futures markets.

Controlled Commodities

Commodities regulated by the Commodity Exchange Act of 1936. This Act provided that all futures and options on commodities be traded on an exchange. Controlled commodities are thus all exchange-traded.
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This stood for Controlled Commodity which came from the regulations in a Limitation of Supplies (Cloth and Apparel) Order 1941 from the Government but the CC label was commonly known for what it really was - cloth and clothing.
| Siobhan Moore is fighting to prevent the war-time austerity logo CC41 - or 1941 Controlled Commodity mark - from falling into private hands.
However, compared to other forms of TV programming rights, sports TV rights are a highly controlled commodity. Excess supply (which can lower license fees) is controlled by various sports organizations, such as FIFA, NFL, IOC, etc.
He was accused of forcing builders to contribute, albeit through cheques, to the Indira Gandhi Pratibha Pratishtan, a trust he had set up, allegedly in exchange for quotas for cement which was then a controlled commodity. A controversial figure with a reputation of being something of a maverick politician, Antulay had sparked outrage after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks by demanding a probe into the killing of Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad chief Hemant Karkare, alleging a conspiracy by radicals connected to the Malegaon blast case.
Emma Trevayne's novel Coda explores what it might mean to have something as universally loved and enjoyed as music become both a controlled commodity and a weapon that keeps the masses in check.
But excitement, normally a carefully controlled commodity among the sober-suited men and women of FNN (Far North Northumberland), was not to be confined.
In We's "One State" the mechanics of modern man step over the "spirit of man: Sex is rationed out with pink slips, a controlled commodity; glass houses are not so much solar houses as they are moral safeguards against mystery and imagination, a penitentiary of the spirit.
Such compact units can change the market for cold and liquefied gases from a centrally controlled commodity to a local appliance market with on-demand production, in many cases eliminating the need for large plants and the environmental impact of trucking such products.
At first, Akiko's parents were frightened since sending and receiving tobacco, a controlled commodity, was illegal.
For diverse products such as cloves and vanilla to rubber and palm oil, dominant producing countries have fallen by the wayside and were replaced by others regardless, and sometimes because of, government controlled commodity boards.
In addition, the Direct Sales wholesaler was supplying a controlled commodity in such large quantities, and he was encouraging future large purchases.
sanitary protection market growing in the sheer number of products offered, specifically with the introduction of products that provide every day hygienic protection, shelf space is becoming a tightly controlled commodity. There are now almost 100 stock-keeping units in the sanitary protection market, with the top 60 accounting for nearly 85% of sales.
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