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About the re module, there is still a regression on the performance of
the import time: see my msg280271.

We may also revert the changeset 88110cfbf4dc (issue #28193) if we
want to keep "import re" as fast as Python 3.5.

The question is if we consider that the re module is part of the
Python core modules which must be blasing fast to import.
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