nonrepayable

nonrepayable

(ˌnɒnrɪˈpeɪəbəl)
adj
that does not need to be or cannot be repaid
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Financial incentives are mechanisms of innovation policy of Governments directed mostly to industrial sectors to specific projects or partnerships among companies, universities and research institutes, empowering the Government to define clearly its strategy of technological development and socioeconomic impacts, providing repayable and nonrepayable funding lines (AVELLAR, 2010).
However, with backing from the Welsh Government by way of a nonrepayable loan of over PS490,000 linked to employment, support from Gwynedd council, some brave private investors and some big creative thinking, Brighter Foods was launched.
QSo AUNTIL now, students from lower income families (roughly below PS43,000 income) had some of their loan replaced by a nonrepayable grant for up to PS3,400.
Investment for Growth is a direct route to financial assistance - it's a grant so it's nonrepayable - and our team of business advisers walk you through the application process every step of the way, making it very quick and simple.
However, financial aid has drifted from primarily offering nonrepayable grants to mainly offering repayable loans (Burdman, 2005; Chen, 2008; Dowd, 2008; Gladieux, 2002; Lam, 1999; Long, 2008).
Having received a $3 million nonrepayable "loan" from Libya's Qadaffi in 1972, the Nation of Islam stated "the fact" that Tel Aviv was responsible for Young's ouster.
This support is provided as a nonrepayable grant averaging about $ 110,000 to $ 115,000, although it can be as large as $ 1 mil-lion to $2 million, for innovation activities including R&D, technical feasibility studies, prototype and process development, and developing/exploiting licensed technology.
Students are also eligible for a nonrepayable grant worth pounds 228 per month and a tuition fee loan, if they work part-time for at least 32 hours a month.
In addition to the scholarships, we award nonrepayable bursaries which exceed the 2011-2012 minimum requirement of pounds 300 set by the Office for Fair Access.
When the agreement was completed in September 1975 the New South Wales Housing Commission received nonrepayable funds (grants) for Aboriginal housing but there was no funding for housing services on land owned by the Trust.
5 billion in nonrepayable "community development block grants" for Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas, providing payments of up to $150,000 for homeowners who want to rebuild, whether they were insured or not (Cogswell 2005; Hsu 2005).