capital movement


capital movement
capital movement ˌcapital ˈmovement noun [countable, uncountable]
FINANCE when money for investment goes from one country to another; = CAPITAL FLOW; FREE MOVEMENT:

• The increase in global trade and capital movements has made national governments less important.

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capital movement UK US noun [C or U]
ECONOMICS, FINANCE CAPITAL FLOW(Cf. ↑capital flow): »

There was a bid to remove all capital movement restrictions.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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