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reflation

1. an increase in economic activity
2. an increase in the supply of money and credit designed to cause such an increase
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economy, exactly when the appropriate policy was to reflate.
However, with world trade likely to fall by 10% in 2009, there is little potential that the developed countries can reflate on the basis of surging exports.
Mr Bridle added: "Given the severity of the international financial crisis, no-one can predict with any certainty how effective the various attempts to reflate economies will be.
In the context of the global financial crisis and how countries are trying to revive their economies, a key concern expressed is: Why is Pakistan trying to deflate its economy at a time when all others are providing a fiscal stimulus to reflate them?
That is why the economic cabinet will identify additional resources which could form a potential pounds 1billion programme of investment to help reflate Scotland.
The attempts to reflate may not succeed if investors take fright at a perceived inflation threat.
The Treasury's attempt to reflate the real estate market has not worked, and it can't work.
Not even the United States could reflate unilaterally, he claims, "as the open market operations in the spring and summer of 1932 reveal.
In May 1998, Anwar announced various policies to reflate the economy through countercyclical budgetary means.
The period of the 1930s was also unique for other special reasons, such as the United States' attempt to reflate through the National Recovery Act and its legislation to encourage unionization, which could mask a longer-term trend toward decelerating inflation.
5 percent, implying that investors had all but given up on Japan being able to reflate its economy and eradicate deflation.
In Asia, the WTO deal has been overtaken by a crippling economic crisis that has seen countries cast off protectionist policies to secure billions of dollars of fresh capital urgently required to reflate crushed economies and save corporations.