fixed-but-adjustable exchange rate


fixed-but-adjustable exchange rate
сокр. FBAR межд. эк., фин. фиксированный корректируемый курс*, полуфиксированный курс*, фиксированный курс с возможностью корректировки* (валютный курс, сочетающий в себе черты фиксированного и плавающего валютного курса: курс национальной валюты зафиксирован по отношению к другой валюте, но допускаются незначительные отклонения от зафиксированного курса под воздействием спроса и предложения на валютном рынке или в соответствии с установленными заранее правилами)
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