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repayable

ree pay uh buhl

  • s  subject to repayment
    business loans are usually repayable in regular installments

  • The larger portion, 85%, will be used for normal development loans repayable in the currency lent.
  • Recently brisk little Premier Ismet Pasha made a goodwill visit to Moscow (PTI, May 9) on which he scooped up an $8,000,000 loan, payable in Soviet goods, repayable in Turkish.
  • The new, honed-down kind of aid also 1) stresses hard loans repayable in dollars, 2) gets by with fewer (15,642) employees by relying more on contracting assignments to .
News & Articles

  • Haverford refinances bonds from 2006
    Acting on advice from financial consultant Jamie Schlesinger, Haverford School Board agreed to move forward with refinancing a portion of 2006 bonds with a 10-year bank loan from TD Bank, at an interest rate of 2.49 percent. Refinancing will result in a net savings of at least $388,000 in the 2013-14 fiscal year, Schlesinger said. The loan is repayable at any time without penalty.
    Aug. 2, 2013 - Delaware County Daily Times
Quotes

  • Jean-Claude Juncker in Telegraph.co.uk (blog)
    If the mechanism had to be activated, it would not be a violation of the no-bailout clause (in the European Union treaty) since the loans are repayable and contain no element of subsidy,Eurogroup chairman Jean-Claude Juncker told a news...
  • Praful Patel in Livemint
    The government needs to put in around Rs2,500 crore of equity, which can be repaid in future once partial disinvestment takes place. You can look at another couple of thousand crore by way of soft loans, which is again repayable,Patel said.
  • Bill Rammell in Northern Echo
    Bill Rammell, the higher education minister, said: "This autumn more students than ever before, two thirds of eligible new undergraduates, will be entitled to a non repayable maintenance grant of up to £2,835 a year." "Together with loans...

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