debt-laden

debt-laden

or

debt-ridden

adj
1. (Sociology) having large debts
2. (Banking & Finance) having large debts
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Summary: New Delhi [India], July 5 (ANI): Ministry of Corporate Affairs on Thursday ordered a probe into the debt-laden Jet Airways over alleged mismanagement, including siphoning of funds.
As the following chart shows, that puts Japan far ahead of Greece, Italy and Portugal, the European Union's debt-laden problem children, and the United States, which also saw its public debt soar to unprecedented levels in recent years.
The automaker has declared a dividend of SEK2.9bn after record sales in 2018, with almost all of it to go to its debt-laden Chinese parent, Geely.
The debt-laden department store faces a race against time ahead of a big rent bill at the end of March.
The debt-laden firm, which runs London's Brent Cross shopping mall and Birmingham's Bullring, wants to raise PS500million this year.
Money managers surveying China are largely avoiding debt-laden stocks, instead favoring high-quality companies that generate plenty of cash flow and possess strong brands and competitive positions that can help them weather slowing growth like Yum China (YUMC), the report notes.
A DEBT-laden carer is facing jail for stealing more than PS20,000 from three vulnerable adults she was paid to look after.
New Delhi: With lukewarm response from lenders, debt-laden Air India has extended the deadline for submitting bids for loans worth Rs 500 crore to meet "urgent working capital requirements".
Debt-laden IDBI Bank could receive a fresh investment from LIC.
He said that the government still have funds to pay the debt obligations of the debt-laden state strategic investment fund and the present government is committed to resolve the issue.
Debt-laden Air India is looking at raising short-term loans to the tune of Rs 1,500 crore to meet the urgent working capital requirements.