The Foundation for Economic Freedom (FEF)called for an end to the legal monopoly
of the National Food Authority (NFA) to import rice.
Local economists called on the Duterte administration to remove the legal monopoly
of the National Food Authority (NFA) to import rice if it wants to stabilize the price of the staple.
Japan Tobacco retains a legal monopoly
over cigarette production in Japan and remains the dominant supplier.
Uruguayan government proposed the legal treatment of Cannabis, passing from prohibition to a legal monopoly
of its production and supply by the State.
The "intellectual property" regime enforced under assorted "free trade" agreements enables Western-owned companies to outsource actual production of goods to Third World countries, while maintaining a legal monopoly
over disposal of the product.
One kind of legal monopoly
, for example, occurs when the government awards a patent to the creators of a new product, giving them exclusive rights to sell the product for a period of time (usually 20 years).
This is a challenge to the Libyan state and the National Oil Company's legal monopoly
on oil exports.
In other words, when a legal monopoly
of force devises a constitution aimed at constraining its own power (thus attempting to make itself more trustworthy), the crucial problem to address is that of constitutional enforceability.
Government has a legal monopoly
on the use of physical force.
12) The ferry boat company has a legal monopoly
The local authorities don''t care as they collect wherever you shop, as they have a legal monopoly
on rates collection.
It is also illegal for an operator who holds a legal monopoly
for online gambling to conduct an aggressive advertising campaign containing incitement to gamble in contradiction with the public policy of protecting consumers.