disinvest


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Synonyms for disinvest

deprive of status or authority

reduce or dispose of

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Members objecting would put trustees in a stronger position to disinvest.
If California disinvests in its great universities, a downward spiral in quality will follow.
The General Synod of the Church of England took a morally courageous decision 3 years ago to disinvest from companies that profited from supplying goods and services in the Palestinian occupied territories," she said.
A bill is to be introduced in Congress ordering investors to disinvest from companies operating in the Iranian oil sector.
MIDDLESBROUGH Council says it won't disinvest from Vedanta, the company which is poised to destroy the lands of the Dongria Kondh tribe in India with a massive bauxite mine (Tees Workers Embroiled In Row Over Indian Mine Plans, News, 08.
Much like the black South Africans, these gentle people suffer at the hands of invaders, and much like boycotts of companies doing business in South Africa, this reader plans to boycott companies doing business in China and lobby Congress to disinvest in Chinese businesses until China agrees to cease its aggressive actions toward Tibet.
We continue to campaign to disinvest from the arms trade in the Merseyside Pension Fund.
Among such companies - already marked out by a US campaign to disinvest in energy firms which trade with Iran - are Shell, Total of France and Repsol of Spain.
Yoder's way beyond supersession is for us to begin to imagine ourselves as one thing, as one community, to disinvest ourselves in difference," Boyarin observes.
Archbishop Hutchison also clarified reports that the Anglican Communion has voted to disinvest in Israel.
The synod said it was heeding "the call from our sister church, the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East, for morally responsible investment in the Palestinian occupied territories and, in particular, to disinvest from companies profiting from the illegal occupation.
The Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East had asked the general synod "to disinvest from companies profiting from the illegal occupation .
The key is having the insight and discipline to grow in areas that will drive long-term financial value and concomitantly knowing where to disinvest.
airlines, only to later disinvest due in part to U.
They could disinvest in the economy, hold their assets out of actual production or even close up shop in a kind of "capital strike.