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rig

noun A regional term for the equipment used to inject drugs; kit (UK).

RIG

Abbreviation for:
rabies immunoglobulin
radiologically inserted gastrostomy
reimbursement grant
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"Other energy companies should now follow suit to bring a fairer deal for consumers and end the rigged market. It is just one example of how we need to rewrite the rules of how our economy works to tackle vested interests and get a new bargain for people.
Workers' representatives would be installed in every company's remuneration board to put a brake on "unjustified rewards" at the top and action would be taken to break up the "rigged market" in energy which delivers massive profits to a few giant companies and swollen bills to consumers, said Mr Miliband.
The Health and Social Care Bill could lead to a rigged market in favour of the private sector, Unite has told MPs.
Since it's trade that's regulated in favor of multinational special-interest groups, why don't we call it for what it is: rigged market trade?