Translation of outflow in Spanish:

outflow

Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtfləʊ/

n

  • (of water) desagüe (m), flujo (m); (of capital) fuga (f) cash outflows salidas (feminine plural) de efectivo
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    • Of course, the outflow of capital to foreign countries, stagnation of investment, and the steady decline of the stock market will become more serious.
    • Given the scale of the foreign assets, the government's payments capacity should be able to withstand any foreseeable shocks or capital outflows emanating from the otherwise worrisome fiscal situation.
    • The report noted the need for the abolition of limitations on the outflow of foreign currencies by enterprises that have invested in the nation.

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