anti-inflation

anti-inflation
anti-inflation ˌanti-inˈflation also ˌanti-inˈflationary adjective
ECONOMICS anti-inflation policies or laws are aimed at preventing or reducing the effect of things that cause inflation, for example wages that rise too quickly:

• Tough new anti-inflation measures include tight controls on credit.

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anti-inflation UK US adjective [before noun] (also anti-inflationary)
ECONOMICS opposed to or intended to slow down inflation: anti-inflation program/plan/policy »

The government stressed it was not abandoning its tough anti-inflationary policies.

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Though prices in Britain are barely rising, some investors still doubt the country's anti-inflation credentials.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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