Meaning of FINANCE in English

FINANCE

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

corporate finance (= the area of finance relating to the money big companies need to run their businesses )

I was trying to get a job in corporate finance.

finance company

foreign/defence/finance etc minister

a meeting of EU foreign ministers

foreign/justice/finance etc ministry

a Defence Ministry spokesman

high finance

the world of high finance

the finance/education etc committee

the finance/marketing/design etc department (= in a company )

He worked in the sales department of a small software company.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

corporate

But, more generally, mergers represented the development of skills in the arts of corporate finance .

Instead we angled for lower-paying jobs in corporate finance .

Compliance unit in London office maintains a central register of all corporate finance engagement letters obtained by the firm.

It crossed my mind to hold out for a job in corporate finance .

Four questions for corporate finance One man's efficient, interconnected global market is another man's arbitrary and nationally divisive casino.

Even though hundreds of accountants might be interested in corporate finance , the few opportunities coming on to the market are heavily fought for.

Not, apparently, because companies have ceased considering takeovers - everyone talks of City corporate finance departments working on full throttle.

Following this manoeuvre, the Harvard dealing director and dealers questioned the performance of Harvard's corporate finance department.

external

Accounting Theory Accounting theory is conventionally concerned with financial accounting, i.e. with accounting to external providers of finance .

Insufficient domestic savings results in greater reliance being placed on external finance from international banks, capital markets and international agencies.

Earlier this year, I announced that local authorities would receive aggregate external finance of £5.13 billion.

Firms raised more external finance than they needed, using the surplus to repay bank debts and build up excess cash.

Even the largest oil corporations have to rely on external finance to develop new oil fields.

The reader will appreciate that in most cases oil field development necessitates the use of external finance .

In this situation external finance for the purchase of foreign equipment and expertise is provided by international banks.

high

Their chat was not of high finance or property.

These free spirits were on average ten to fifteen years my senior and old hands in high finance .

So lessees can generally expect the rental on operating leases to be higher than finance leases.

He thought he was going to learn the ropes of high finance .

Representatives from the world of high finance included chartered accountants and members of the major high street banks.

Entertaining, but the high finance can be skimmed.

international

Most of these controls have now gone, and international flows of finance have expanded hugely.

Gordon talked about multinationals, international finance , global capital flows.

In this month's international personal finance feature below, Sylvia Morris looks at the banking services on offer to expatriates.

The idea is to throw sand, not concrete, in the wheels of international finance .

Evidence of the growing importance of international trade and finance is all around us.

We single out technology and the structure of international finance as the primary driving forces for change.

Mr Pratt was named vice president of international finance , a new position.

personal

In this month's personal finance feature below we look at how the Budget will affect expatriate savers and investors.

Last September the company changed its status from being able to handle client money to only offering advice on personal finance products.

So what do expatriates need to think about as far as personal finance is concerned?

In this month's international personal finance feature below, Sylvia Morris looks at the banking services on offer to expatriates.

Each week Alexander Taylor answers questions on personal finance .

This month's personal finance column therefore takes a back to basics look at expatriate tax.

Supermarket shoppers could use Tesco personal finance .

In this month's personal finance feature below, we explain why retirement planning is something that all expatriates must consider.

private

He has taken the Conservatives' private finance initiative and given it a more publicly accountable edge.

Instead, companies are looking to develop partnerships that marry the traditions of municipal and private project finance .

The private finance initiative has not papered over the cracks, although it has lined plenty of pockets.

Major private finance infrastructure investment opportunities will initially be in the form of buy-back schemes.

There are two particularly interesting examples of government reliance on private finance for some of its policies.

Big efficiency savings would come from the continuity of investment assured by private finance .

In future, private finance will be encouraged to build Britain's roads.

State subsidy has shrunk, but little private finance has taken its place.

public

The House's functions in relation to public finance are not distinct from the above two major functions.

On July 1, 1849, President Herrera called a special session of Congress to consider the questions of public finance .

It is not therefore possible at present for the public finance economist to appeal to a generally accepted body of theory.

The only major crisis in public finance came in 1797.

Investment; Public finance and expenditure.

In traditional public finance , the form in which the grant is made will influence the expenditure of local authorities.

The current debt burden will be written off and the organisation liberated from the public finance system.

Here a perennial topic in traditional public finance - the burden of the national debt - is considered.

■ NOUN

campaign

He is examining a campaign finance scandal involving Bank Bali that has connections to former president B.J.

It attests to the need for the campaign finance reforms advocated by Senator John McCain and others.

Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., the most dedicated Senate opponent of campaign finance reforms.

He did seek immunity on campaign finance violations.

The growing scandal over campaign finance has yet to touch Clinton in the eyes of voters, the survey suggests.

But Thompson, associates said, will give strong assurances that he will examine questionable campaign finance practices regardless of party.

One of the basic tenets of the campaign finance system is disclosure.

chairman

He was finance chairman in the City Council, the number one chairmanship.

I served as finance chairman of his successful gubernatorial races.

committee

The next day Guo criticized the finance committee decision.

The resulting bargains are then put to the policy and resources or finance committee .

The New Minister of finance , Sigbjoern Johnsen, had been deputy leader of the parliamentary finance committee since 1986.

Decisions on spending were the responsibility of the head and governors in consultation with a school finance committee of staff and governors.

Bentsen, 71, chair of the Senate finance committee , had served as a Democratic senator for Texas since 1970.

The council's finance committee heard the price agreed would be a final bill for repairs.

The Whitehill finance committee agreed to suggest an arrangement with Selborne Parish Council to pay grants on alternate years.

This long list of detailed items, agreed by each spending committee , was submitted to a finance committee.

company

There have been a number of trends in the sources of company finance since 1970: 1.

consumer

In the early 1980s, new lending was roughly the same in consumer finance as in housing and property finance.

As a result, consumer finance profit fell 14 percent to $ 55 million.

costs

This method reflects the fact that finance costs are a function of the amount outstanding and the passage of time.

The straight line method was rejected as it does not reflect the relationship between finance costs and the amount outstanding.

One proposal that has not been retained is that of the total finance costs for non-equity shares.

For example, overheads should be analysed under such headings as selling, staff-related, accommodation and finance costs .

department

Secondly, we need to consider the consequent impact on finance departments .

Fairfield has just one budget analyst in its finance department .

Equally clearly, it would have considerable implications for the staffing and structure of finance departments .

The rule also pushes up costs, since a non-bank can not route all its card business through its main finance department .

Not, apparently, because companies have ceased considering takeovers - everyone talks of City corporate finance departments working on full throttle.

Following this manoeuvre, the Harvard dealing director and dealers questioned the performance of Harvard's corporate finance department .

The new algorithm is being tested by executives in the finance department of large multinational companies.

director

There's no natural career progression to group finance director .

Eagle currently has no finance director , and a person to fill this position is being actively sought.

Mr Dignum, 52, has been group financial director since 1988 and was appointed finance director of the stores in January.

But the borough's finance director Jack Clark disagrees.

Market gossip suggested finance director Tony Isaac was about to resign.

Vince Luck was brought in as finance director from Northern Foods.

On 12 July Southwark council received a report from its finance director concluding that NoS was high-risk, low-return.

House of Fraser deputy finance director , Richard Scott, broke the news in person to shocked staff and managers.

equity

However, companies generally show a preference for equity finance if it is possible.

Colin Amies, electronics industry adviser at Midland Bank, says that obtaining equity finance is often more important.

Perhaps the most important issue here concerns the extent to which OFIs are involved in equity finance .

In the case of equity finance , an investor provides a company with cash in exchange for shares in the company.

In no country does equity finance contribute substantially.

The agreement will also deal with the fees and expenses payable to the institutional providers of equity finance and the professional advisers.

house

The intimation is that such giants would likewise be serviced by global finance houses .

It pays interest subsidies only to Ford Credit, not other finance houses .

This also applies to owners taking over responsibility from defaulting tenants, and finance houses taking back property from mortgagors.

The Midland's first target was Walter Heller, a finance house in Chicago.

In addition there are pension funds, insurance companies, large companies, finance houses , discount houses.

That in turn has worried the commercial banks that had lent money to the finance houses .

Several finance houses are subsidiaries of commercial banks.

law

The reformers believe these problems could be solved through reform of campaign finance laws .

Much fund-raising today is in violation of one or more of the many campaign finance laws enacted by Congress since 1883.

Helmut Kohl, chancellor from 1982-98, has been castigated for flouting the party finance laws he enacted.

Daschle listed overhaul of campaign finance laws as an early and paramount priority.

Lou-Ann Preble, sent out a stinging resignation letter, alleging numerous violations of campaign finance laws .

Democrats want to look into the entirety of campaign finance law .

City Clerk Kathy Detrick has notified him via registered mail that his campaign may be in violation of Arizona campaign finance law .

The Justice Department says all this was legal, denying that it involved wholesale and flagrant violations of the campaign finance laws .

minister

Former finance minister Boris Fyodorov, who represents minority investors, was reelected to the board.

Fourteen finance ministers from former Soviet republics also here are expected to mount a strong claim on bank funds in 1992.

When Cardoso began his program as finance minister in 1994, inflation was running at 5, 000 percent annually.

There are two other candidates in the field, finance minister Albert Reynolds and foreign minister Gerard Collins.

Kubo succeeds as finance minister Sakigake Party head Masayoshi Takemura.

Whether as finance minister or prime minister, Mr Keating will still have plenty to do.

ministry

The number of deals will grow as the finance ministry eases restrictions on raising capital offshore.

Kiichi Miyazawa, the prime minister, used to work in the finance ministry , which oversees the tax office.

Few in the finance ministry will fret about this.

Reluctant to impose yet another local tax, the finance ministry has remained strongly opposed to the new measures.

In Tokyo and Paris finance ministries have stepped in to push through changes.

The hard men at the finance ministry have promised to review the austerity measures at the end of this month.

officer

It is no wonder that local government finance officers regard the poll tax as a financial nightmare.

Their opposite numbers in the spending departments are the principal finance officers .

Cost-improvement programmes, which are meant to generate internal savings, are proving far harder to deliver, finance officers say.

The cost of each study was calculated with the advice of a health economist and a hospital finance officer .

Although this replacement assumption seems rather unrealistic, it does approximate what many corporate finance officers would like to achieve.

reform

That's why he has spent 14 years in the Senate pushing for campaign finance reform .

However, the key factor will be whether the president puts campaign finance reform high on his agenda for next year.

If this happens, Congress will congratulate itself and then we will shelve campaign finance reform for another 23 years.

Nor have the differences on campaign finance reform , another major issue, been transformed.

If the bill fails, it would be the fifth defeat in a decade for campaign finance reform legislation.

Campaign finance reform is obviously a precondition to recapturing our governments.

Periodically, Congress has made half-hearted attempts at finance reform .

There is no better way to reduce those doubts than by acting swiftly to pass clear and tough campaign finance reform laws.

system

The vast amounts of money are then laundered through the world's finance systems .

One of the basic tenets of the campaign finance system is disclosure.

The current debt burden will be written off and the organisation liberated from the public finance system .

■ VERB

raise

The obvious way to raise additional programme finance is to exploit those precious overseas rights.

Union officials privately acknowledge that Phoenix's achilles heel has always been the difficulties it would face raising the necessary finance .

This raises the issue of finance .

Using the parent body as a means of raising additional finance .

Even the reliance of companies on the stock market to raise finance is comparatively small.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

He was an expert in finance and advised people where to invest their money.

Kubo is slated to become Japan's next finance minister.

Scottish Homes is the nation's biggest source of finance for house building.

She works as a director of finance for an oil company.

The business plan is strong, but without financing, it will never work.

The European Investment Bank will provide finance for a variety of regional initiatives.

The mayor was accused of breaking campaign finance laws.

The next step was to obtain finance to develop the project.

The other guys in the office were ten to fifteen years my senior, and old hands in high finance .

The use of IT in areas such as accounting and finance has grown at an astonishing rate.

Wahl has an impressive knowledge of corporate finance and budgeting.

We can't continue our research unless we get more finance .

You'll have to explain to them how you intend to raise the financing you need.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Competition in municipal finance has increased in the past few years as the amount of new securities sold fell.

Eagle currently has no finance director, and a person to fill this position is being actively sought.

G backers note the Ethics Commission already enforces campaign finance and lobbyist disclosure laws.

Insurance, banking, finance and allied services showed up well, also, on a broader basis.

Periodically, Congress has made half-hearted attempts at finance reform.

The first is to push campaign finance reform to early passage.

The only major crisis in public finance came in 1797.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

privately

In addition to public funding, much health care is financed privately by both companies and individuals.

If more were financed privately then taxation could be reduced and incentives increased accordingly.

Headed by Jack Kemp, this largely Republican commission was privately financed .

We have also been in negotiation to privately finance a port facility in joint venture with Central Government and the Local Authority.

The channel tunnel is entirely privately financed .

■ NOUN

acquisition

The capital gains from disposals finance further acquisitions and further capital gains.

The real-estate investment trust said it will use the notes to finance property acquisitions and to repay debt.

Since going public in late 1994, Corporate Express has made two additional offerings in order to finance its acquisitions .

activity

This leaves only 10% to finance newer activities .

Cash flows from financing activities contributed $ 497, 000 to cash.

We will encourage both to become more entrepreneurial in order to finance their activities in developing markets.

Archbishop Prospero Penados del Barrio has charged that some political parties have financed their activities with ransom money.

bank

This was given nine months before the bank collapsed and financed Gasco's takeover of Cornish tin mining company St Piran.

This would discriminate against the growth of small, new firms, which may rely on bank loans to finance their investment.

Part was earmarked for the bank to finance the next big phase of her long-term program.

A bank or potential private financing source may be approached in this regard.

Previous studies have found that bank financing is generally more available to men.

budget

So-called national budgets in many countries are more than 50-per-cent dependent on external financing .

He has yet to deliver on promises such as welfare reform, an overhaul of campaign financing or a balanced budget .

The government treats asset receipts not as a means of financing the budget deficit, but instead as negative public expenditure.

The agency would be financed by the combined budgets of the existing food inspection programs.

Certain protected expenses were to be financed in full from the budget , and submitted to the Supreme Soviet for approval.

business

It is not a capital account operator, dealing with the more complex business of how to finance that debt.

In 1961, 78 percent of corporate business investment was financed by retained earnings.

Offered rates of negotiable, bankbacked business credit instruments typically financing an import order.

campaign

Gingrich shook hands with Clinton last June promising to appoint a commission to change the way congressional campaigns are financed .

The drumbeat for an appointment of an independent counsel to investigate alleged abuses in campaign financing will almost certainly escalate.

Dole is now expected to tap a new source of campaign financing: the Republican National Committee.

The system of campaign financing and fund-raising is an important story to investigate.

Political campaigns were financed by such groups, and political consensus was brokered between such organizations.

He has yet to deliver on promises such as welfare reform, an overhaul of campaign financing or a balanced budget.

On campaign finance reform he called for enactment of bipartisan legislation by July 4.

capital

The capital gains from disposals finance further acquisitions and further capital gains.

These companies have very high demands for equity capital to finance their growth and generally pay no dividends or very low dividends.

Where capital is financed from grants, there will be no direct revenue effect.

It will use the capital to finance and accelerate its expansion, the company said.

Obviously, when capital is financed from revenue, the accounting takes place at the same time as the financing.

Last month, Total Entertainment completed a new round of investment capital financing totaling more than $ 12 million.

Margaret Thatcher, too, realized the potential of having this major capital project financed by the private sector.

Most governments use capital budgets to finance their long-term assets.

cash

Working capital for stocks and work in progress. 2. Cash to finance trade credit. 3.

college

Instead, they are paying down debt, saving for retirement and financing college educations and health care.

He claimed he should have sought legal advice before wrongfully using tax-exempt foundations to finance a televised college course.

company

Borrowers with companies financed by the wholesale money markets are already paying rates of about 14.75 percent.

The company cut its financing costs by 63 million francs, by converting 836 million francs of convertible bonds to equity.

At the simplest level, a company may finance its new factory through its own cash resources.

Even so, some analysts question whether the company can finance a new model costing, perhaps, £250 million without outside help.

The company intended to finance these assets using both debt and equity capital.

As it is fast growing, additional capital has to be injected into the company to finance the rapid rate of growth.

construction

This would reduce the amount of money that had to be borrowed to finance the construction of the new house.

In January 1988, First Interstate agreed to finance construction of the Mercado.

For example, gasoline taxes are typically earmarked for the financing of highway construction and repairs.

course

He claimed he should have sought legal advice before wrongfully using tax-exempt foundations to finance a televised college course .

credit

Small firms are consequently forced to rely much more on trade credit to finance their operations.

Olympic said it will use the additional line of credit to finance the daily purchase of auto receivables prior to securitization.

Governments permitted the credit expansion required to finance the higher price level.

At the same time, an aggressive firm would make maximum use of trade credit and short-term debt financing .

Proceeds will be used primarily to repay revolving credit borrowings, to finance new store openings and for working capital.

A developer could use historic preservation credits to finance a project there, he said.

Offered rates of negotiable, bankbacked business credit instruments typically financing an import order.

deal

Kingfisher is calling on shareholders for as much as £313 million in a two-part rights issue to part finance the deal .

Democrats have criticized the Republican Party for financing of the cable deal .

Surely there was some other way to finance the deal .

He could scrape together financing for a deal as well as sketch out the design for an attractive development.

Virani was able to issue more and more paper in order to finance bigger and bigger deals .

debt

Suppose first that T 0, so that the excess of interest over new debt is financed by a capital tax.

At the same time, an aggressive firm would make maximum use of trade credit and short-term debt financing .

Some 90 percent of government debt is financed from domestic savings, leaving little capital spare for stocks.

Thus, leasing is considered a form of debt financing .

deficit

Whenever the government runs a budget deficit , it will have to finance that deficit by borrowing.

An agreement is expected to send bond yields lower by curbing the supply of securities the Treasury sells to finance annual deficits .

Second, it attracts hot money into the country to finance the current account deficit because investors perceive no currency risk.

This was partly because the increasing integration of world capital markets has made it easier to finance current-account deficits .

At some point the United States will lose its ability to finance its trade deficit .

In future they would no longer be allowed to finance public-sector deficits or loan applications from large debtors.

The government borrowed from the banks about four-fifths of these deposits, to finance its deficit .

development

Agouron is counting on Viracept sales to finance development of several other products, including a cancer drug now in clinical trials.

Clearly, we would need to allow for interest on any amounts borrowed to finance the development .

Despite this, externally borrowed funds are used to supplement domestic funds made available to finance their development by the government.

Carpetright comes to the market with no borrowings and has financed the development of 116 stores from its own resources.

Most countries seek to preserve their international credit rating, as long-term loans are required to finance economic development .

education

Loans have more recently been extended to finance education and other socially oriented projects.

Instead, they are paying down debt, saving for retirement and financing college educations and health care.

The World Bank also approved in May 1989 a dollars 95,000,000 loan to help finance a dollars 183,000,000 education and training scheme.

State financing of all education for all citizens, from preschool through postdoctoral training?

Second, there are several unique factors that argue for public financing of education .

In 1990, the federal Bureau of Health Professions financed geriatric education centers in 31 states.

They were willing to pay taxes to help finance that education , but they did not want to pay the entire cost.

equity

He explained that the structure evolved because the group needed equity to finance growth.

These companies have very high demands for equity capital to finance their growth and generally pay no dividends or very low dividends.

The private equity financing niche that has been growing the fastest is buyout and acquisition funds.

Obtaining equity financing , by contrast, could be accomplished through more traditional managerial approaches.

expansion

The mutual structure of building societies means that capital resources to finance expansion can only be built up out of retained surpluses.

It will use the capital to finance and accelerate its expansion , the company said.

In order to finance expansion on this scale, the government has relied heavily on payments and other inputs from the community.

The city will assume responsibility for convention center permit issues when bonds are issued to finance expansion of the facility.

Optimism that the sale will help Wharf finance that expansion drove its shares higher today.

expenditure

The issue of currency may be regarded as helping the government to finance its expenditure .

The definition of capital expenditure and operating expenditure is relevant for deciding how to finance .

family

With his surge to serious status has come a surge of reporters' interest in his family finances .

The department of health will also enter into partnerships with families to finance direct costs.

film

Between 1941 and 1947, Rank's companies were to be responsible for financing half the films made in Britain.

After investigating Rizvi's affairs, police claimed they had uncovered evidence that underworld money had financed his mercurial film career.

funds

Despite this, externally borrowed funds are used to supplement domestic funds made available to finance their development by the government.

But there's no bigger drain on public funds than financing the dole.

Mr Somkiat also questioned the availability of funds to finance the 30-baht health scheme.

government

Table 16-3 reminds us that some government expenditure is financed by borrowing.

The issue of currency may be regarded as helping the government to finance its expenditure.

These were tax exempt bonds issued by state and local governments to provide financing for private sector investment in plants and equipment.

The federal government finances the popular Head Start program nationwide for poor 3-and 4-year-olds.

Table 16-4 shows that most government spending is financed through taxation.

growth

He explained that the structure evolved because the group needed equity to finance growth .

These companies have very high demands for equity capital to finance their growth and generally pay no dividends or very low dividends.

Profits reinvested in the corporation are available to finance future growth of the corporation or to pay future dividends.

As we saw in Chapter 7, a growing firm must plan carefully to finance its growth .

Discovery is financing its rapid growth through private financing from the company and its investors.

Reinvested earnings are a very important source of financing this growth .

Reinvested earnings finance the future growth of 1 he company.

Failing a loan, Cutler can finance growth by giving up his salary and reinvesting more earnings in the company.

health

From the fruits of this investment can stem finance for health and the social services.

Instead, they are paying down debt, saving for retirement and financing college educations and health care.

C., a proposal in Congress would end federal financing for health and welfare services for legal immigrants.

Finally, Proposition 186 would change not only the financing of health care but also what the money buys.

Medicaid finances health care for poor families, many of the disabled and many elderly nursing home patients.

import

At the same time the Finance Ministry had started to sell its holdings of foreign securities in order to finance imports .

This concept is based on the fact that for both civil and military imports there is only one source of financing exports.

Indeed, if monetary relaxation succeeds in stabilising output, it should unlock sharp productivity gains which could finance higher import costs.

Offered rates of negotiable, bankbacked business credit instruments typically financing an import order.

Nobody could finance increased imports of these commodities to provide competition for these producers on the domestic market.

investment

This would discriminate against the growth of small, new firms, which may rely on bank loans to finance their investment .

These were tax exempt bonds issued by state and local governments to provide financing for private sector investment in plants and equipment.

To finance any investment plans decided on by his board, he kept a pretty stable relationship with the firm's banks.

Merrill could afford to wait because its brokers provided the profits necessary to finance the increase in investment banking.

By the mid-1970s stipulated military needs could only be financed by cutting investment in the productive base as a whole.

loan

This would discriminate against the growth of small, new firms, which may rely on bank loans to finance their investment.

The loans are to finance fertilizer, pesticides and new engines.

Assume also that a specific loan was raised to finance the building cost.

Failing a loan , Cutler can finance growth by giving up his salary and reinvesting more earnings in the company.

The World Bank also approved in May 1989 a dollars 95,000,000 loan to help finance a dollars 183,000,000 education and training scheme.

Even the most wealthy moguls and healthy corporations will take out loans or mortgages to finance homes and equipment.

Most countries seek to preserve their international credit rating, as long-term loans are required to finance economic development.

million

The company said it paid with about $ 25 million in cash and $ 159 million in mortgage financing .

Water Co. will invest another $ 16 million , and private financing will provide the rest.

They also count on $ 10 million in tax increment financing via the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency.

Florida saves $ 180 million a year by financing home care and community care to keep people out of nursing homes.

They will get more than $ 2 million each Wednesday to finance research that had been slowed by the harsh funding environment.

money

On Tuesday, Brown said he would begin looking for the money to finance the costly project.

Miscellaneous: Morgan Hill requires developers to put up money to finance some homes at below-market rates.

Drug money has financed ministers and members of parliament and co-opted thousands of policemen and border guards.

We are moving to a system in which patients are accompanied by the money to finance their treatment.

There was plenty of money around to finance such choices.

After investigating Rizvi's affairs, police claimed they had uncovered evidence that underworld money had financed his mercurial film career.

operation

Small firms are consequently forced to rely much more on trade credit to finance their operations .

For example, many nursing home administrators directly manage personnel, finance , operations , and admissions.

BStill, to this day, it is unclear how Moon finances his costly operations .

He said in a 1994 interview that as prime minister he rejected a military plan to sell heroin to finance covert operations .

In addition Charlie needs to raise enough money to finance an operation to restore the girl's sight.

program

S.-financed program helped opposition politician Rafael Angel Calderon Fournier win the presidency in 1990.

Table 8-15 describes the federally financed food assistance programs , including their purpose and objectives.

programme

They would certainly have had no chance of financing their programme without large increases both in taxation and in the borrowing requirement.

It is blindingly obvious that there is not enough money in its coffers to finance the public spending programme .

Perhaps he had in mind profits collapsing or the inability of the industry to finance its capital programme .

project

Each volunteer pays an expedition contribution which, taken together, finances the project .

On Tuesday, Brown said he would begin looking for the money to finance the costly project .

The group expresses support for the introduction of a levy on electricity consumers to finance renewable-energy projects .

Malone said a different chain, which he declined to identify, is pursuing financing for such a project .

What really concerned me was how to finance a tunnel project of any kind.

The haggling among scientists continued, and seeing the project in disarray, Congress eventually cut off financing for the Mohole Project.

Savings can help finance other Community projects .

A developer could use historic preservation credits to finance a project there, he said.

purchase

The other was equally mundane: how the airlines could finance the purchase of such an expensive plane.

Olympic said it will use the additional line of credit to finance the daily purchase of auto receivables prior to securitization.

But one analyst said it made sense for Murdoch to bring in Malone to help finance the Dodger purchase .

Are you as a shareholder in a position to finance the purchase ?

Dance Center are presenting a Mardi Gras benefit tonight to finance a the purchase of a new venue.

Consider using different ways of financing a purchase .

However, it seems that some additional finance will have to be raised to finance the proposed purchase of property.

sale

A local council can spend more than its total guideline if it finances more from sales than the government assumes.

Because the golf schools are held on courses financed by the sale of condominiums.

Dealer financing rate for overnight sale and repurchase of Treasury securities.

service

Different financial incentives change the nature of the educational experience and are not merely alternative ways of financing the same service .

But they also have to pay to finance services in the unincorporated areas.

They suggested that instead of closure, half of the site of two hospitals might be closed to finance local services .

state

Beveridge wanted a system based on insurance, with the public making insurance contributions to finance benefits like the state pension.

Open-enrollment charter schools draw students from across school district boundaries and are financed with state and local school dollars.

The alternative would be for the government to finance the state provision of broadcasting through general taxation.

tax

National Insurance is both a tax to finance current social-security spending and an entitlement to future benefit.

Using the payroll tax to finance benefits for the elderly creates what economists know as the tax wedge.

About the middle of March came the Budget with proposals to raise the taxes needed to finance this spending.

It is reasoned that those who benefit most from government-supplied goods or services should pay the taxes necessary for their financing .

We have before us a proposal for a council tax to finance local government.

They also count on $ 10 million in tax increment financing via the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency.

It would be absurd and self-defeating to ask poor families to pay the taxes needed to finance their welfare payments!

One possible means could entail offering tax or financing incentives to small high-technology businesses.

trade

They are used to finance trade in the short term.

Barneys said the two parties could not reach agreement on financing , royalties and trade name issues.

As their name implies, merchant banks' function is to finance trade .

The three main sources of short-term financing are trade credit, short-term commercial bank loans, and commercial paper.

Cash to finance trade credit. 3.

At some point the United States will lose its ability to finance its trade deficit.

The hopes of Nigel Lawson, Chancellor of the Exchequer, for financing the trade deficit are partly pinned on this ability.

war

Nowhere near big enough for him to finance the war on his own, especially as he gives such a lot to charity.

He suggested that the king should finance the war out of his own resources, and he hinted at corruption at court.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

More than $100,000 was donated to help finance Ryan's heart transplant.

We financed the new house through the credit union.

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An agreement is expected to send bond yields lower by curbing the supply of securities the Treasury sells to finance annual deficits.

Barneys said the two parties could not reach agreement on financing, royalties, equity and trade name issues.

But why should taxpayers finance it?

However, it seems that some additional finance will have to be raised to finance the proposed purchase of property.

Paul and Minneapolis created a nonprofit corporation to finance low-income housing.

Share ownership Shares are a particularly important type of wealth used to finance production.

The cost of the bags and labels go towards financing the project.

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