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  • verb Present participle of reflate.

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Examples

  • Instead of "reflating" the collapsed economy, however, national governments are insisting on "fiscal responsibility;" and the responsibility is all being put on the states and the laboring and producing classes.

    Ellen Brown: Who Will Pay: Wall Street or Main Street , The Tobin Tax or the VAT?

  • Instead of "reflating" the collapsed economy, however, national governments are insisting on "fiscal responsibility;" and the responsibility is all being put on the states and the laboring and producing classes.

    Ellen Brown: Who Will Pay: Wall Street or Main Street , The Tobin Tax or the VAT?

  • Instead of "reflating" the collapsed economy, however, national governments are insisting on fiscal responsibility; and the responsibility is all being put on the states and the laboring and producing classes.

    t r u t h o u t

  • Instead of "reflating" the collapsed economy, however, national governments are insisting on "fiscal responsibility;" and the responsibility is all being put on the states and the laboring and producing classes.

    OpEdNews

  • The objection to government-issued money has always been that it would be inflationary, but today some "reflating" of the economy could be a good thing.

    Bill Totten's Weblog

  • The policy response to the crisis, which sought to kick hard decisions into the future by reflating markets, is running out of road.

    After the Bailouts, Cracks Are Showing

  • Part of that bet was reflating the housing bubble.

    The Housing Illusion

  • The Obama Administration and Chairman Ben Bernanke's Federal Reserve have bet on a recovery based on reflating asset prices with easy money, federal spending and temporary stimulus programs.

    The Housing Illusion

  • Part of that bet was reflating the housing bubble.

    The Housing Illusion

  • The Obama Administration and Chairman Ben Bernanke's Federal Reserve have bet on a recovery based on reflating asset prices with easy money, federal spending and temporary stimulus programs.

    The Housing Illusion

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