prefinanced

prefinanced

(priːˈfaɪnænst)
adj
financed in advance
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The contract concerns the delivery, Distribution and management of cesu prefinanced by the seine-saint-denis department for the payment of apa and pch in the form of universal service employment checks (cesu).
A July $1 billion Eurobond maturity was essentially prefinanced last year.
But entitlements are not prefinanced until they are due.
The loss of the ability to handle the activities of daily living and the need for long term care, if not prefinanced by buying long term care insurance, may be financed by the purchase of a medically underwritten, immediate, life-contingent annuity.
For it to invest, "a film should be roughly 70% prefinanced," says Reixa.
Beef now accounts for 73% of prefinanced goods, with cereals making up a further 17%.
Traditionally, farmers have prefinanced commitments from exporters who agree to buy their coffees at a certain price.
Consequently, a heavy burden will be placed on the younger, working members of society unless older, retired workers are prefinanced by a combination of private pensions and their own savings.
The government's liability management is laudable, with the federal government already having prefinanced its market amortization for 2005.
SMEs can have their customer invoices prefinanced by investors on the Advanon online platform and receive their cash within 24 hours.
He's aiming for $280 million in conventional sale and leasebacks, and another $140 million in deals prefinanced under the Bank Leumi facility.
Comunicacion "A" 3386" stipulates that Central Bank must authorize exports that have been prefinanced before Dec.