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devaluate

di val yooh ayt

  • v  remove the value from; deprive of its value
  • v  lose in value

  • When governments begin to welsh, devaluate and expropriate, capital flees.
  • She cannot devaluate her money further without risking violent insurrection from hard-bitten French investors, who have already seen 80% of their savings swept away in the .
  • This proposes to devaluate all the world's currencies between 20 and 33%.
Quotes

  • Wen Jiabao in Hindustan Times
    I can understand some countries' moves to raise exports. But what I cannot understand is that they devaluate their own currencies while pushing for the appreciation of other currencies,Wen said, calling it protectionism.

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