debt servicing


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Debt Service

The amount of money required to make payments on the principal and interest on outstanding loans, the interest on bonds, or the principal of maturing bonds. An individual or company unable to make such payments is said to be "unable to service one's debt." An example of debt service is a monthly student loan payment. See also: Debt service coverage ratio.

debt servicing

the cost of meeting INTEREST payments and regular contractual repayments of principal on a LOAN, along with any administration charges borne by the BORROWER.

debt servicing

the cost of meeting INTEREST payments and regular contractual repayments of principal on a LOAN along with any administration charges borne by the BORROWER.
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As opposed to claim, short term domestic loans entails lower interest rates, hence contributed less to debt servicing cost.
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