self-financing


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self-financing

adj
(of a student, business, etc) financing oneself or itself without external grants or aid
Translations

self-financing

[ˌselffaɪˈnænsɪŋ]
A. Nautofinanciación f, autofinanciamiento m
B. ADJautofinanciado
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The ideas, many put forward by Prince Charles himself, centre on a proposal to make the monarchy self-financing by scrapping the official expenses awarded by the Government.
The "hellacious deficits" that resulted did prove self-financing, if by "self" you're willing to include the entire world.
IDC is a self-financing, state-owned, development finance institution with the stated mission of contributing to the generation of balanced, sustainable economic growth in the African continent and to the economic empowerment of the South African population.
The Education Bureau announced today (October 27) a new round of application for the Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) under the Self-financing Post-secondary Education Fund (SPEF).
The program simulates the selection of attracted financing sources and of self-financing, its ultimate goal being to minimize the financing cost (if sources can wholly support the transaction financing) or the weighted average cost (in the case when source participate up to different extents in covering the required investment).
David Jack says Britain needs a bottom tier of self-financing `picnic'-type meetings, as in some other countries
30pm, and education and social services chiefs are now considering ways of running the club sessions on a self-financing basis.
The multimillionaire businessman is self-financing his campaign and gave his campaign $3 million for the initial effort.
Three types of acquisition opportunity are proving attractive to the new players, the report says: the self-financing building, made possible by the inversion between increasing yields and declining interest rates; development sites appropriate for build-to-suits, based on the collapse in raw land values; and over-leveraged properties, transformed into viable propositions after debt restructuring and securitization.
E[acute accent]IDC is a self-financing, state-owned, development finance institution with the stated mission of contributing to the generation of balanced, sustainable economic growth in the African continent and to the economic empowerment of the South African population.
The Government announced today (October 19) the establishment of two task forces on post-secondary education-related issues, namely the Task Force on Review of Research Policy and Funding and the Task Force on Review of Self-financing Post-secondary Education.
The economics of SWH, particularly for 20+ unit installations, now allows self-financing via the fossil-fuel electricity reduction (enabling credit for environmental compliance), marketable securities (through TREC's) and, in most geographies, rebates and other incentives.