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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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However, the underlying economic and financial problems of the borrowing countries were by no means resolved.
The loans are made under a program managed by the state treasurer, retaining safeguards that protect credit quality that were established a few years ago in response to severe financial problems by one borrowing district.
The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, today announced the publication in the Canada Gazette of the Yukon Borrowing Limit Regulations, the Northwest Territories Borrowing Limit Regulations and the Nunavut Borrowing Limit Regulations.
CONSUMERS' borrowing on personal loans, overdrafts and credit cards surged by PS1.
But he also launched a second round of bidding to ensure councils make full use of this opportunity - especially as authorities across the country have asked for more borrowing powers and up to Au300 million in borrowing has been made available.
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 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.
Some fiscal hairsplitters make the case that the official number, excluding intergovernmental borrowing, is actually the better measure of Uncle Sam's impact on the private credit markets.
Orders are carefully wrapped in tissue so they arrive fresh and ready to go; and the cost of borrowing includes return shipping so borrowers simply need to pack up the outfit in the box provided and drop it in the mail when done with their outfit.
The government succeeded in slashing its borrowing from the State Bank by half a trillion rupees signalling that a serious effort is being made to minimise the budget deficit.
NYSE Amex: TGC) announced that on July 9, 2009 the Company's borrowing base was increased from $10.
465(c)(1) could increase their at-risk amount by borrowing funds from anyone, as long as the taxpayer/borrower was personally liable for loan repayment or had pledged assets as security.