Foreign exchange reserves are declining, particularly in China, and the IMF's resources will halve by 2022 unless the US Congress approves extra funding and countries like China agree to reloan
the IMF money, despite getting no additional voting power.
The REA will then reloan
the money for specific rural development items, to community organizations or agencies at a rate of 1-percent interest.
Helen Faith, the LCC financial aid director, said she wasn't aware LCC could keep and reloan
the money - and it was too complicated to keep the loan program going into the fall.
The general practice is, if they go into debt you would not reloan
Each of these banks will receive $8m to reloan
Unlike a donation, lenders get their money back at the end of the pre-set loan period andcan choose to withdraw their money or to reloan
it again and again.LendforPeace.org aims to elevate itself above political debates by focusing on the concretebusiness of economic development and on the creation of bonds between lenders around theworld and borrowers in the Middle East.
* A sponsoring employer may arrange for outside financing and reloan
those proceeds to the ESOP.
A typical strategy for an S shareholder is to arrange for a personal loan from a bank and then reloan
the funds to the S corporation.
We, the electorate, loan power to a political party to govern for five years, then decide whether or not they are worthy and either reloan
that power or pass it to others we have more confidence with.
The state can then reloan
the funds to support other ISTEA projects.
The financing entity may, for example, loan money or license property to the intermediate entity, which will reloan
or sublicense the property to a financed entity, usually a related U.S.