bank loan

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Noun1.bank loan - a loan made by a bankbank loan - a loan made by a bank; to be repaid with interest on or before a fixed date
business loan, commercial loan - a bank loan granted for the use of a business
interbank loan - a loan from one bank to another
loan - the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
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bank loan

nprestito bancario
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The government institutions are the second largest sector in terms of obtaining bank loans, followed by the sectors of services, household, and trading, while agriculture came in last.
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They have the freedom to take out bank loans or borrow from multilateral lending organizations such as the World Bank or the Inter-American Development Bank.
9 million to 210 borrowers, mostly minority- and women-owned companies unable to qualify for traditional bank loans since the program began in 1998.
The Tax Court found that the bank loans to R were not the same, in substance, as loans to E followed by capital contributions to R.
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CPAs with small business companies and clients seeking bank loans may find it easier to meet lenders' information requirements.