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borrowing

the process by which money is received subject to a condition for repayment, either on demand or at some ascertainable future time.
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The borrowing estimate is $71 billion lower than announced in October 2017.
With that, Pakistan's borrowings from China have increased considerably during the recent period.
New Delhi [India], Jan 17 ( ANI ): Secretary Economic Affairs (DEA), Subhash Chandra Garg, on Wednesday said the government reassessed its additional borrowing requirements and will bring down the same from Rs.
There is no country that does not borrow from outside, even the richest economies, because they cannot be able to finance their budgets without borrowing.
de Leon said the government targets a borrowing mix of 80:20, in which the bulk, or 80 percent, will be sourced from local markets and 20 percent from foreign entities.
Since the Spring Meetings in April 2017, further progress has been made in securing commitments to provide bilateral borrowed resources under the IMFs 2016 borrowing framework.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 12, 2016-Bill Barrett updates borrowing base redetermination under revolving credit facility
At this time, as Christmas approaches given all the spending expectations as well as the expected year-end bonuses and increased remittances from abroad, it is important to also make the public careful of borrowing - especially borrowing to advance anticipated bonuses or remittances.
CONSUMERS' borrowing on personal loans, overdrafts and credit cards surged by PS1.
The decree, which had been issued during the National Assembly's recess last year, increases the maximum borrowing limit for the government from BD3.
THE First Minister had regularly made the case that without borrowing powers there could no new M4 in South Wales, However, last week HM Treasury to move positively towards granting the Welsh Government the means to construct capital schemes The Chancellor of the Exchequer back in April this year identified the proposed the M4 relief road to the south of Newport as one of the investment projects which could 'kick start' the economy.
The public borrowing from the banking system is still over half a trillion rupees though the State Bank was assured that borrowings would be zero at the end of each quarter,' an SBP source said.