stop-go


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stop-go

adj
(Economics) Brit (of economic policy) characterized by deliberate alternate expansion and contraction of aggregate demand in an effort to curb inflation and eliminate balance of payments deficits, and yet maintain full employment
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stop-go

[ˈstɒpˈgəʊ] N (Brit) period of stop-goperiodo m cuando una política de expansión económica alterna con otra de restricción
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