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Middle English arbitration from Old French from arbitrer to judge from Latin arbitrārī to give judgment arbitrate
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Borrowing from French arbitrage, from arbitrer (“to arbitrate”); see arbitrate.
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Thus she makes more money following Scenario 2. Obviously she can exploit this inefficiency in the market and create arbitrage.
Overall our members would support international regulatory consistency to avoid regulatory arbitrage.
In a global world, regulatory arbitrage is a real factor.
Although sports arbitrage can be profitable, it takes capital, time, organization and energy to make consistent profits.
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