inflation-proof

inflation-proof

adj
(Economics) not affected by inflation
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inflation-proof

[ɪnˈfleɪʃənˌpruːf] ADJresistente a la inflación

inflation-proof

adjinflationssicher, inflationsgeschützt
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Mr Thomson, along with 20 other Tory MPs, has signed an open letter to Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt urging them to commit to the measure which would recognise the risks officers take, guarantee inflation-proof pay rises and set out how they will be supported.
The one account that is provides an inflation-proof return is Milestone Savings' five-year bond, with a rate of 2.3%, matching the current rate of CPI.
The service plan provides customers with 'simple, worry-free servicing that are designed to include recommended servicing schedules by spreading the cost over small, fixed, inflation-proof monthly payments.' Customers have the ability to change or move their plan at any time, and plans are offered to both new and used car buyers.
These people, who will no doubt tell us how badly they are being treated, even mention their final-salary, inflation-proof, guaranteed pensions subsidised by general taxation.
Many headteachers receive an annual income in excess of PS50.000, about three months holiday each year, can retire in their mid 50s and will enjoy an index-linked, inflation-proof pension for the rest of their lives.
Now those who work in the public sector with their goldplated, inflation-proof, indexlinked pensions are being told they will have to accept what Gordon Brown imposed on the private sector the trade union movement is crying wolf.
Such projects were supposed to be inflation-proof, but the Welsh Government approved index-linking for the latter pounds 56.6m road project, that now costs us pounds 7.2m pa and could come to some pounds 190m over the 25 years (according to the Western Mail on September 7 this year).
Established Business Brokerage Office seeks Equity Partners for Expansion: The Business Brokerage Industry is a profession that is virtually recession and inflation-proof. In strong or in weak economies, 25% of the approximately 23,000,000 business owners in the United States will still need to sell their businesses.
The six million civil servants take first dip into the public purse, with their luxury jobs and inflation-proof pensions.
I have recently taken compulsory retirement at 55 without an inflation-proof pension after 28 years of service.
Yet food is relatively inflation-proof, at least compared to medical care and housing costs.