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Meaning of "realignment" - Business English Dictionary

realignment

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˌriːəˈlaɪnmənt/
WORKPLACE the process of changing the way a company or organization works or does business: The realignment comes at a time of rapid change in the online advertising market, as advances in technology create new opportunities for advertising.realignment of sth They're making an effort to boost supply capacity amid a global realignment of the industry. organizational/management/internal realignments a major/radical/strategic realignment a realignment plan/process/exercise
ECONOMICS the process of changing the value of a currency compared to the value of other currencies or of changes in interest rates: Most people in Europe would be happier if the burden of the dollar's realignment were shared more evenly.realignment of sth Realignments of exchange rates can be potentially disruptive. currency realignment
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