debt-laden

debt-laden

or

debt-ridden

adj
1. (Sociology) having large debts
2. (Banking & Finance) having large debts
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The debt-laden airline would be divided into core airline business, regional arm, ground handling and engineering operations, the report added.
1 crore stock in debt-laden ABG Shipyard through the conversion of the compulsorily convertible preference shares (CCPS) it held.
2 percent, while the highest were in debt-laden Greece at 24.
The move comes because of worries that the government's push to restructure debt-laden companies would have negative impacts on the economy.
The 100 debt-laden prisoners are of various nationalities including Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Philippines, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka.
The IRELANDSTANDSWITHGREECE hashtag was doing the rounds on Twitter with pictures of the Dublin rally showing Greek flags and Irish tricolours and comments in support of the debt-laden state.
The debt-laden country says Angela Merkel should cough up to cover the cost of a forced Nazi loan made by the Bank of Greece and archaeological treasures that were pillaged during the occupation in 1941.
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Rabi'II 27, 1435, Feb 27, 2014, SPA -- Cyprus' lawmakers on Thursday effectively forced the government to renegotiate terms of legislation that would pave the way for the privatization of state-owned companies, a condition of the debt-laden country's rescue deal with international lenders.
11 September 2013 - China Power Investments Corp has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that envisages the state-owned company becoming a minority shareholder in Enemalta Corp in exchange for a cash injection into the debt-laden Maltese energy producer.
Debt-laden Greece managed to produce two millionaires in 2011 - the year the figures were recorded - despite the chaos engulfing the country's financial system.
Greece is close to a deal with its international creditors over thousands of job cuts aimed at clearing the way for the debt-laden nation to receive the next tranche of bailout funds worth 8.
THE Bank of England has warned over the "significant" threat from a sharp rise in interest rates to debt-laden households, banks and finance firms.