government security

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Noun1.government security - a security issued by United States government agencies or the Farm Credit Systemgovernment security - a security issued by United States government agencies or the Farm Credit System
certificate, security - a formal declaration that documents a fact of relevance to finance and investment; the holder has a right to receive interest or dividends; "he held several valuable securities"
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This plan is a government obligation for financial and economic reforms in accordance with the goals set for the nation's development plan for fiscal 2016-17 which the lawmakers approved on June 17, 2015, he pointed out.
As such, Moody's Aa2 rating of the certificates is aligned with the government of Qatar's long-term issuer rating of Aa2, given that any direct government obligation whose repayment is handled by the government of Qatar receives a rating equivalent to that of the government.
However, the scope of the said appropriations was not able to cover all the veterans, and the amount was not enough to cover the total government obligation," Trillanes said.
It is government obligation to support, strengthen the capacity, monitor and supervise municipalities to manage their affairs appropriately said the Premier.
He also highlighted the government obligation to protect citizens and curb armed thugs' crimes and vandalism.
The short-term rating is based on Texas' AA+ long-term government obligation (GO) rating, the agency noted.
The war effort, however, began to illuminate new questions of government obligation and responsibility for the health of the nation's mothers and children.
10 August 2010 - S&P said on Monday it has given its A+ long-term rating with a "stable" outlook to Park County High School District No 1 (Livingston), Montana's series 2010A and 2010B government obligation debt.
Moody's (P)Aa2 rating for the proposed Sukuk issuance is in line with the government of Qatar's Aa2 issuer rating and stable outlook, given that any direct government obligation whose repayment is handled by the State of Qatar receives a rating equivalent to that of the government.

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