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- n. Alternative spelling of monetization.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. monetization.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. establishing something (e.g. gold or silver) as the legal tender of a country
Sorry, no etymologies found.
By moving on these "technical" mechanisms, which had become antiquated since the return of calm on interbank markets, Bernanke made a cost-free gesture to the bond vigilantes, who continue to work themselves into a lather about high government deficits and the Fed's so-called monetisation of government debt. message could not be clearer for investors that these changes will have no real impact on monetary policy:
Judges 'comments: "The monetisation is a simple and elegant extension of the web model, and one that is clearly a success."
Paul Low: There is an unhealthy trend in politics, that is, the monetisation of politics.
LNG provides and alternative "monetisation" solution for gas reserves that are too remote from the market for the construction of a pipeline.
Among the 26 job openings listed on Twitter's site, four are specifically identified as being devoted to "monetisation".
This enables the "monetisation" of the energy value of carbon, rather than the completely hopeless emissions trading and carbon credit schemes which are either brought to us or supported by the same people who brought us the Credit Crunch.
Lets face it, the monetisation crowd have always been like ambulance chasers, or vultures, looking for fresh meat.
Meanwhile, “It must be clear to Google and the music industry that, although they insist now this is not a model for other markets, it will be unavoidable at some point to adjust music download monetisation models in the rest of the world,” says the FT.
Zillions of hits every day, the confidence of their users and unrivalled niches on the internet have apparently failed so far to create the conditions for monetisation (the dread word).
Gary gives so much away for free but he also has a Wine Club as part of Wine Library TV (and many more monetisation strategies!)
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