disinvestment

[n] - the withdrawal of capital from a country or corporation
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disinvestment

Withdrawal of investments in a country for political reasons. The term is also used in economics to describe non-replacement of stock as it wears out. It is generally applied to the ostensive...
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disinvestment

noun the withdrawal of capital from a country or corporation
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disinvestment

`Running down` the stock of real capital. This arises when gross investment is insufficient to cover depreciation, so that net investment is negative....
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disinvestment

Disinvestment is formally defined as withdrawal of direct investment capital. The most frequent cases are that the direct investor sells pariticpation (e.g. shares) it had invested in the direct investment enterprise of theat inter-company debt (e.g. loans) is paid back....
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disinvestment

In economics, the process of reducing capital stock. This may be by the scrapping or non-replacement of capital goods or by selling shares. The term is more popularly applied to the withdrawal of investments in a country for political reasons, such as South Africa in the apartheid era or, more recently, Iran because of its perceived nuclear arm...
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Disinvestment

Disinvestment refers to the use of a concerted economic boycott to pressure a government, industry, or company towards a change in policy, or in the case of governments, even regime change. The term was first used in the 1980s, most commonly in the United States, to refer to the use of a concerted economic boycott designed to pressure the governme...
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Disinvestment

Withdrawal of funds from a financial institution in order to invest them directly.
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