anti-inflationary

anti-inflationary

or

anti-inflation

adj
(Economics) of or relating to measures to counteract or combat inflation
Translations

anti-inflationary

[ˌæntɪɪnˈfleɪʃnərɪ] ADJantiinflacionista
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It can be controlled by limitation in unnecessary expenditures, increase in rate of taxes, increase in volume of savings and anti-inflationary budgetary policy.
Medalla, the TRAIN's long-term effect is actually anti-inflationary.
The long-term effect is actually anti-inflationary to the extent that the infrastructure will reduce transportation costs and increase productivity.
Other experts, however, say VAT will decrease the consumer purchasing power and hence suppress demand, and thus be anti-inflationary.
The Rouhani administration adopted anti-inflationary policies over the past four years which slipped the country into a deep recession and aggravated the unemployment rate.
The current already only slightly inflationary effect of import prices will quickly turn anti-inflationary.
The central bank continues its clear anti-inflationary bias to ensure the disinflation process continues toward the goal of a 12 percent to 17 percent inflation rate for 2017.
In its statement, CBAR announced that given the changes in domestic and foreign factors affecting inflation, it deems necessary to implement some anti-inflationary policies, of which the rate increase is one, while an increase in FX supply at auctions was another.
Finally, they found that the anti-inflationary monetary policy that Raghuram Rajan introduced in the second quarter of 2014 coincided with a distinct fall in inflation.
The monetary policy, which is under the sole responsibility of the Central Bank of Turkey, will also consider growth and unemployment issues as long as the measures do not contradict anti-inflationary policies, he said during a parliamentary general assembly meeting in Ankara.
Paswan further said within a short period, the government has been able to take a number of anti-inflationary initiatives like raising the Minimum Export Price (MEP) for Onion and Potatoes, release of additional stocks of Rice through the Public Distribution System (PDS), ensuring only marginal increase in procurement prices this year, etc.
Compare with Sweden and other corporatist countries that historically combined a productivity-enhancing wage push at the bottom with anti-inflationary wage constraint at the top.