disbursement


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Disbursement

A payment. The term is used especially in the context of loans. When the borrower receives all or a portion of the loan funds, he/she is said to receive a disbursement.

disbursement

A payment in cash or by check.

disbursement

Payment of money.

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The decision on whether or not the 5 million euro disbursement should be made in full will eventually be taken in the European Union's headquarters in Brussels on the basis of the EU Delegation's recommendation and will be announced before the end of the year.
It was decided that a proper monitoring mechanism with status update of the loan beneficiaries would be installed to track the progress of loan disbursement by the bank.
It was decided that a proper monitoring mechanism with status update of loan beneficiaries would be installed to track the progress of loan disbursement by bank.
The current disbursement will bring the total amount of ESM financial assistance for Cyprus to e1/44.
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Disbursement by Punjab Provincial Co-operative Bank Limited stood at Rs 3.
check] Web-based access to aid documents, award status, disbursement, and billing information.
They claim the Bush administration wanted political advantage in the disbursements.
Other disbursements given tentative approval by the council include:
8 /PRNewswire/ -- A new requirement for split disbursement applies only to military personnel, according to a Defense Finance and Accounting Service official.
The POS system produced spreadsheets that tracked daily sales, returns and disbursement data--all of which could be aggregated by employee.
When the Bank's statement of overwhelming success is examined, word by word and number by number, the translation of the above quote into the language of the real world should actually read: "For projects where the disbursement of loan monies to borrowers was completed in 1998-99, but years before physical or policy practical effect can be measured, Bank staff estimate that less than half (47 percent) are likely to maintain satisfactory results in the future and to generate benefits that exceed debt service payments, operation, and maintenance costs.