refugee capital

refugee capital

n
(Banking & Finance) finance money from abroad invested, esp for a short term, in the country offering the highest interest rate
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India cannot be the refugee capital of the world," he had argued.
The report points to these expatriates being flush with 'refugee capital', which is finding its way into Sharjah's off-plan residential sales market.
Dubai's real estate market has seen a "mini revival" on the back of "refugee capital" from buyers in countries with geo-political risk, according to a recent report by Citi Group.
Who do these moralists think they are in telling us that we should allow England to become the refugee capital of the world with all the economic and social problems that will involve?
India cannot be the refugee capital of the world," he submitted before a division bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.
Bankers in general feel that refugee capital from around the region is going to boost the economic prospects of Dubai with potential recovery in some of the depressed asset classes such as real estate and asset classes.
Last month Gary Dugan, Chief Investment Officer and Acting General Manager, Private Banking, Emirates NBD said the the premium segment of Dubai's property market could get a boost from refugee capital inflows from countries that are facing political turmoil.
In January this year, the Centre told the Supreme Court that India could not become the "Refugee Capital of the World".
Dubai's property could get a boost from refugee capital
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