Managed-currency



noun
1.
a currency whose value is established and maintained by deliberate governmental action working through national and international financial institutions, in contrast to the quasi-automatic gold standard.
noun
1.
a currency that is subject to governmental control with respect to the amount in circulation and the rate of exchange with other currencies

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