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to take or keep something away from

Synonyms for divest

deprive of status or authority

reduce or dispose of

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org, the environmental group that has supported divestment efforts nationwide.
Nadim Kayyali concluded, "The report shows that a typical separation does not end at completion of the divestment and, often, due to transitional issues, separation can continue for years after the deal has supposedly closed.
Ishaq Dar asked Chairman Privatization Commission for a detailed briefing on the future divestment plans of the Commission in July.
Shareholders' demands will continue to be a major divestment driver this year.
Since December, divestment also won the backing of the labor union representing teaching assistants and other workers for the entire UC system, UAW2865, and the University of California Students Association, which represents student government bodies statewide.
The resolution states that the Undergraduate Senate is not connected to the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement and affirms both Israelis and Palestinians' rights to life, safety, and self-determination.
Yet there is also an ethically responsible and practical alternative to divestment that can help steer fossil-fuel companies toward the low-carbon future.
At the UO and elsewhere, the divestment campaign is an expression of frustration and urgency - governments appear unable or unwilling to take meaningful action to address climate change, so students are attempting to withdraw financial support from 200 leading fossil fuel companies identified by 350.
The central bank of Nigeria has approved Union Bank of Nigeria Plc's divestment plans.
Divestment of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission (ONTC) is going-to cost Ontario taxpayers $790 million, according to government documents.
The divestment has enabled expansion and creates opportunities for continued growth in the hygiene operations.
Summary: Setting in motion a divestment plan aimed at mobilizing funds for a new phase of investments, the Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), the multilateral development bank of the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC), announced that it has signed an agreement to sell its 12 % stake in the Egypt-based Alexandria Carbon Black Company (ACBC) to the Aditya Birla Group, the majority shareholder of the company.
A spokesman for Danish law firm Ronne & Lundgren, which is handling the sale, said the sale is part of a divestment ordered by the Danish Competition Authority.
revenue from traditional landline telephony, divestment of International Voice