counter-inflationary

counter-inflationary

adj
(Economics) Brit designed to reduce inflation
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The chairman of the Senate economic affairs committee yesterday said he strongly believes that the Rice Tariffication Act recently signed into law by President Duterte is a strong counter-inflationary measure that would help increase the supply of affordable rice in local retail markets.
The counter-inflationary effect is almost negligible, yet the politicians make it sound like this is the silver bullet to end our inflation woes.
'These counter-inflationary policy directions-such as the urgent passage of the rice tariffication law and an overall cut in tariffs for imported food items-reveal that our economic managers and legislators continue to treat inflation as a short-term problem with emergency palliatives,' he added.
However, if the authorities let the renminbi continue appreciating more rapidly this will bring counter-inflationary pressures of its own to an economy that is losing momentum.
Responding to recent expectations of an about-turn on counter-inflationary policies, Mrs Thatcher declared to widespread cheers: "To those waiting with bated breath for that favourite media catchphrase, the U-turn, I have only one thing to say: You turn if you want to.
This is because many of the price rises fuelling the figures are counter-inflationary.
He adjusted monetary policy to take into account the counter-inflationary effect of such productivity enhancement and the American economy today is several trillion dollars larger as a result.
Krueger discusses Turkey's current "single digit inflation" as a success of counter-inflationary policy that has been exceptional, and has surpassed expectations.
That is largely because it is linked to a European index that ignores every cost of buying and owning your home, so it misses the counter-inflationary effect of the stagnant housing market.
Meanwhile, there was growing criticism that the party had failed to pick up on areas of real concern to many Turks--such as rising unemployment, which has often been the price for the AKP's strict, IMF-backed counter-inflationary economic programme.
God Stinnes glorifies the iconic industrial tycoon for his counter-inflationary, production-oriented Taylorist predictability and orderliness.
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