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Preventing undue influence and maintaining trust

It is important that regulatory decisions and functions are conducted with the upmost integrity to ensure that there is confidence in the regulatory regime. This is even more important for ensuring the rule of law, encouraging investment and having an enabling environment for inclusive growth built on trust. This chapter explores the ways of protecting regulators from undue influence, including through establishing independent regulators, and the considerations for assuring certainty in the regulatory system.

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