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convert

(kŏn-vĕrt′) [L. convertere, to turn around]
In cardiology, to change an arrhythmia to a normal heart rhythm, either spontaneously or with drugs or electricity.
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An Indian central bank official has said that the nation should go for full rupee convertibility.
The launch of a free-trade zone in Shanghai is in line with Beijing's efforts to finalize, by the end of this year, an operational plan for the eventual full convertibility of the yuan.
If the highest standard of measurement is to have wholly unrestricted convertibility, then so many developed countries have not achieved 100 percent full convertibility," Zhou said.
That limit stems from China's lack of commitment to provide Taiwan with a steady supply of yuan, at least in the initial stage of convertibility, according to local media.
The conversion rates for the notes that are converted during the Make-Whole Convertibility Period are increased to 30.
Key Words: Currency convertibility, Indian economy, capital movements, economic integration.
Even three years on, the legal uncertainty created by Argentina's abandonment of convertibility has not yet been fully resolved.
The company has made a number of improvements to the films' convertibility and consistency, which will lead to important increases in efficiency and production speed.
In addition to its convertibility, the TT models are said to feature excellent accessibility to the strip intake which can be mounted on the back or the side of the press and is said to provide good access from both sides of the press.
Convertibility maintained a fixed exchange rate between the peso and its anchor currency, the U.
Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo has taken center stage with a promise to make his 10-year-old Convertibility Plan work.
This article investigates the impact of currency convertibility under the current account on the informational linkage between official and swap market exchange rates for Chinese currency (renminbi).