Definition of indexation
: a system of economic control in which certain variables (such as wages and interest) are tied to a cost-of-living index so that both rise or fall at the same rate and the detrimental effect of inflation is theoretically eliminated
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There was also an offer to make unilateral guarantees on the indexation of EU nationals’ pensions and a commitment to streamline the application process.
Britain is ready to make unilateral guarantees on the indexation of EU nationals’ pensions, while also promising free health care to Europeans living in Britain, Davis said.
The papers are will be submitted for indexation by EI COMPENDEX, INSPEC, THOMSON REUTERS and DBLP.UNI-TRIE.DE 4) Magazine in America / EU (i.e., IEEE, ACM, etc.)
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