cash-strapped

Related to cash-strapped: unmaintained

cash-strapped

adj
informal short of money; impoverished: cash-strapped local authorities.
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But now he's Texas agriculture commissioner, and he wants the Legislature to dramatically increase funding to his cash-strapped agency.
61 billion, and close to Pakistan's combined federal budget for education (Rs64 billion) and healthcare (Rs10 billion) in 2014-15, would be a welcome boost to the cash-strapped administration.
In Local Government the situation is perhaps even murkier as illustrated by our own cash-strapped Newcastle City Council.
The move comes as the DUP MLA tries to raise revenue for his cash-strapped health budget.
Summary: Emir of energy-rich Qatar, key backer of Sudan Islamist regime, visits cash-strapped Khartoum next week for talks on bolstering ties.
Pakistan owes Iran $53 million for the imports but its cash-strapped state power company has no means to pay.
Cash-strapped Greek officials had hoped to raise 1.
Summary: Energy-rich Qatar has agreed to buy bonds from cash-strapped Egypt worth $3 billion over and .
The Prime Minister of cash-strapped Italy yesterday used a visit to the UAE to call for firms from both countries to step up their efforts to find investment opportunities.
New Delhi, Oct 20 ( ANI ): Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) today suspended flying licence of cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines till further orders.
Summary: Children as young as eight are lending their pocket money to cash-strapped parents.
Cash-strapped North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is currently battling to save pounds 40m over three years.