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The transfer is accompanied by the resource provider's conditional promise to give or is otherwise revocable or repayable.
As part of the sale agreement, Frederick Cooper made a secured loan to Arcon's holding company of pounds 1 million, repayable in instalments until 2002 and guaranteed by Arcon.
Why focus on market-based repayable finance in this report?
The deputy Kenzhebek Bokoyev pressed to change mechanisms of repayable funds use.
This week Italy, with the fourth largest economy in Europe, sold 5bn euros of bonds, repayable in one year, at an interest rate of 6.
38% with Barclays Bank PLC repayable on 15 December 2011
Wings for the jets will almost certainly be made at Broughton, near Chester, even though the UK gover nment has yet to say whether it will give Airbus a repayable loan towards the pounds 9bn cost of developing the plane which has now racked up 493 orders.
Students can get a loan to cover the cost of the fees, which is not repayable until they earn at least pounds 15,000.
and is repayable in two equal installments in 1998 and 1999.
Earnway Industries will receive a $250,000 repayable contribution from the Federal Economic Development Initiative in Northern Ontario (FedNor) core industrial program and a $50,000 forgivable loan from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund.
The financing is structured as a promissory note with a 12% coupon, repayable by September 30, 2008, and 3.
Limited ("Tangibal") which was repayable no later than 30 September 2010,