inconvertibility


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Antonyms for inconvertibility

the quality of not being exchangeable

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It suggested that 'hard' risks such as political and regulatory changes, expropriation or currency inconvertibility, can be mitigated with political risk insurance or guarantees often issued by multilateral organisations or national providers.
We would like to continue supporting good projects in Egypt by extending more guarantees for coverage against currency inconvertibility and transfer restriction; expropriation; war, terrorism, civil disturbance; and breach of contract.
Political Risk--types of coverage can include: political violence, expropriation, nationalization, currency inconvertibility and export credit.
If not, would the inevitable outcome of government policy be inconvertibility, floating exchange rates, and discretionary central banking?
The inconvertibility of this horizon-specific capital plays a central role in the Austrian business cycle theory.
The DCIP is an effective tool to mitigate risk of non-payment of LC arising from a variety of factors, which include insolvency of the buyer/ issuing bank; failure or refusal of the issuing bank to provide reimbursement on due date; currency inconvertibility and transfer restrictions imposed by issuing bank's country; expropriation, confiscation or government intervention in the business of the issuing bank; and war or civil disturbance in the issuing bank's country.
The policy is an effective tool to mitigate risk of non-payment of LCs arising from a variety of factors including insolvency of the buyer/ issuing bank; failure or refusal of the issuing bank to provide reimbursement on due date; currency inconvertibility and transfer restrictions imposed by issuing bank's country; expropriation, confiscation or government intervention in the business of the issuing bank; and war or civil disturbance in the issuing bank's country.
Massive fraud, the inconvertibility of the national currency, poor market conditions, and rampant inflation all contributed to the collapse of agricultural production and the stagnation of the economy (Diarrah 1991: 59).
The respondents also considered "expropriation, currency inconvertibility or contract abrogation by host government" an important legal factor which has a mean 3.
8) As we will show later, the famous sentence by Lessing about inconvertibility of the word and the image ("Es bleibt dabei: die Zeitfolge ist das Gebiete des Dichters, so wie das Raum das Gebiete des Malers") is described in terms of communicative and intermedial state: "die Nachbarschaft" is the main characteristic of the relationship of the poetry (the verbal) and the painting (the visual).
Inconvertibility was permitted for a term of two years, until December 1886.
Regarding the protectionist approach, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, German philosopher active in the late eighteenth century, wrote a book that advocated economic protectionism, called The Closed Commercial State, in 1800, which deals with customs prohibition, currency inconvertibility and the need to have an economically self-sufficient territory managed by the State (Fichte, 1980).
material used in producing beverage bottles, located 17 kilometres outside Baghdad, against currency inconvertibility and transfer
13) Below, we argue that this continuing legal tender provision ensured that 1861 Notes remained incapable of generating sustained seigniorage despite their inconvertibility.