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dis in vest muhnt

  • n  the withdrawal of capital from a country or corporation

  • A disinvestment campaign could be tough to pull off.
  • Some favor disinvestment but cannot say so publicly because that might violate security laws.
  • In a speech between a debate over disinvestment in South Africa and action on the Safe Drinking Water Act, Pryor called Coke's capitulation "a very meaningful moment in the history .

  • Michael Bloomberg in BusinessWeek
    Bloomberg said it heralds a turnaround following "decades of disinvestment and neglect" that shrank Coney Island's "storied" amusement district to "a shell of its former glory."
  • Bill Richardson in Forbes
    I would talk to them, but I would build an international coalition that would promote and push economic sanctions on them,Richardson said. "Sanctions would work on Iran. They are susceptible to disinvestment policy. They are susceptible to...
  • Manmohan Singh in Economic Times
    Fiscal deficit and disinvestment of public sector units - all these issues will be tackled by the finance minister in the Budget,Singh said, in a remark which will keep alive the suspense over whether government will put disinvestment back on...

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