devalue


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to become or make less in price or value

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remove the value from

lower the value or quality of

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The report cautioned that authorities may be forced to devalue the currency at some point in time.
The business leader said that country continued to devalue the currency to spur exports since the last forty years.
He said the country continued to devalue the currency to spur exports since the last forty years.
The market had expected that the CBE will further devalue the Egyptian pound after several statements made by CBE Governor Tarek Amer indicating that the bank will reduce the value of the pound soon.
However, for Nigeria, one major task on the table was to devalue the naira, which President Muhammadu Buhari had constantly rejected on grounds that vulnerable Nigerians would be the worst affected.
November 14, 2013 (JUBA) - Members of South Sudan's National Legislative Assembly have warned that they may seek to impeach the governor of the Central Bank of South Sudan after he made the unilateral decision on Monday 11 November to devalue the national currency, generating public outcry.
It was obvious to anyone who took the time to look, even to a clown like former President Christofias, that the Cyprus economy was in freefall, due the an excessively overmanned and extremely overpaid civil service, failure to control the trade unions resulting in high inflation, joining the EU for the wrong reasons -- expecting it to instruct Turkey to leave northern Cyprus as a condition of their entry into the EU - and also the failure to devalue the Cyprus Pound by at least 30 per cent before entering the single currency.
Analysts feel that the development could further devalue the bolivar.
Latvia may devalue its currency at any time as it just can't afford to cut its budget further," says London-based emerging market strategist at RBC Nigel Rendell.
In a presentation during a pre-budget consultation workshop in the capital Lilongwe, Munthali said there was a need to devalue the kwacha to around K167/$, adding that currently the exchange rate is overvalued by about 19%.
He added: "What it could do is end up creating a quasi- World Cup and the danger with that happening is that it will devalue other matches.
I'd like to think I play with poetry but I don't devalue it," he explains.
PALMDALE -- Joshua Hills School fifth-grade teacher Ginger DeValue is the first instructor in the Palmdale School District to earn her profession's highest standard.
Critics of the job share said it would devalue the office of regional bishop and that it might harm contacts with the Roman Catholic Church, something discounted by Lutheran Church spokesperson Susanne Hassen.
Public discourse claims that children "need their moms" but welfare policies often devalue mothering at home by focusing on paid employment.