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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 $274 billion higher than announced in April 2019.
When excessive government borrowing from the SBP makes it difficult to control inflation, despite a tight monetary policy, the effectiveness of the policy comes into question.
class="MsoNormalspan xml:lang="EN-GBAside from Tala, I've also been borrowing from Branch (it works almost like Tala).
Consumer borrowing rose at a slower pace in December, but that still pushed total borrowing to a new record above $4 trillion for the first time.
Treasury estimates a $365 B Q1 borrowing need, a little higher than the $356 B forecast from October.
Cardiff Council is responsible for almost a quarter of that amount, borrowing PS25.4m between January and October 2018 alone.
Government borrowing is set to increase in the six months to end of the 2018/19 financial year as lenders shift interest in lending to the government.
The trend, however, seems unsustainable as most of the borrowing is for the short term at a time when the cost of financing is at its peak.
Between 2009 and 2015, cross-border foreign exchange (FX) borrowing, consisting of international debt securities and loans, rose by about U.S.
With the new Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government in power, the borrowing continued.
New Delhi: The finance ministry and the Reserve bank of India (RBI) are scheduled to hold meeting on Friday to decide about the borrowing calender for the second half of the current fiscal.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Sep 28 (ANI): The central government on Friday announced a reduction by Rs 70, 000 crore in the gross borrowing program, which would be compensated by reducing buy-back and additional flows from small savings.