moneylending


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moneylending

[ˈmʌnɪˌlendɪŋ] Npréstamo m
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P3 is the DTI's moneylending measure to veer MSMEs from onerous loans given mostly by so-called 5-6 (20-percent interest) lenders.
After the Moneylending Control Law underwent a revision in 2010, high interest rates and unsecured lending were under control.
Private MoneyLending is a priceless gem for those who are interested in transforming their personal finances into streams of passive income.
But that is unlikely to happen so long as we and the government rely for advice on those whose livelihood is in moneylending.
Dubai: A business partner won his appeal and has been cleared of moneylending at unlawful interest rates after keeping gold as mortgages at his jewellery store.
He later said he raided the store to try and repay a PS300 debt to a moneylending drug dealer.
In this, offshoring resembles the elaborate international transactions that Florentine bankers under the Medicis engaged in for the sole purpose of avoiding church strictures on moneylending.
This is apparent in the narrative of Qiu Dajie (Chapter 6), who had to engage in the risky ruby trading and moneylending businesses in order to support her family because her husband had become a drug addict and was jailed.
56 In Mughal and Sikh period, 'the Bania'57 or moneylending classes were mostly 'poor and cringing creatures' except in the towns of Lahore, Amritsar, and were looked down on by landed classes.
The book is strongest when considering the institutions that either proffered credit or regulated the practices of moneylending.
Banking laws kept their interest rates for moneylending low, and they were further burdened by high taxes.
20) Many perceived usury as a peculiarly Jewish crime, (21) rendering the terms 'Jew' and 'usurer' synonymous in England long after the Jews were officially expelled, despite the fact that Christians had taken up the practice of moneylending in their absence--as Conscience laments in The Three Ladies, 'usury is made tolerable amongst Christians as a necessary thing' (10.