inconvertible


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Synonyms for inconvertible

used especially of currencies

not capable of being changed into something else

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Hayek instead stressed that capital ("the produced means of production" as Bohm-Bawerk put it) is to a great extent specific to the intended ultimate product, and thus is both heterogenous and inconvertible.
Once in an inconvertible fiat standard, the federal government soon started to inflate the money supply, which was done through the Legal Tender Act of February 1862.
It also signified that Illinois money had not been received in Milwaukee and Madison for several months because they were inconvertible.
As to value-at-risk models, we now have inconvertible evidence they are very useful when they don't matter and totally useless when they do matter.
In the second case, the cross-section remains inconvertible and collapsing starts in the finite set of points or regions.
The simultaneous yet paradoxical status of blues as inconvertible evidence of the black genius and, according to George, as an antiquarian curiosity that is mainly the subject of interest for white traditionalists, bears examination.
23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mechel OAO , the Russia's leading mining and metals company, announces the Company redeemed all of its outstanding triennial certificated interest-bearing inconvertible bonds payable to bearers of series 01 bonds.
Mechel OAO (NYSE: MTL), the Russia's leading mining and metals company, announces the Company redeemed all of its outstanding triennial certificated interest-bearing inconvertible bonds payable to bearers of series 01 bonds.
Beside the CFA Zone and the Rand Zone, most African countries have an inconvertible currency.
20) These IOUs were inconvertible and also circulated widely in the region (Prebisch 1921, 199).
An inconvertible currency that interfered with international trade and restricted the importation of overseas technology
China's FX market has developed under an institutional framework involving a compulsory FX purchase and sales system, a de facto pegged exchange rate and inconvertible RMB under the capital account.
The largest Central Asian economy, Uzbekistan, has conducted an inward-looking monetary and international trade and payments regime featuring an inconvertible Uzbek soum since late in 1996.
The December edition with his article on poverty in London, visas, beauty and the beast, and inconvertible currencies, seriously questions his intelligence.
In 1892, Austria, traditionally a silver country but under an inconvertible paper currency, resumed convertibility; but, as the U.