As a nation we are grossly overborrowed
and all this would do is increase the congestion in the South East, not the other way round, as the Government will tell us.
Yun adds, "What's worrisome is the 10 percent of the students who overborrowed
Enda Kenny said: "In many cases, people went to banks and lending institutions and overborrowed
and were over-lent, and unfortunately, because of the economic decline and the impact of the recession, people with mortgages are having difficulties.
Excess capacity above line limit $ 400,000 A typical agreement would require that the amount overborrowed
be immediately repaid to the lender.
At stake is a 12-billion euro aid tranche under the EU/IMF bailout agreed last year, as well as additional loans needed to plug a funding gap next year as the overborrowed
country is unlikely to return to bond markets in 2012.
On the other hand, survey participants said they were less in favor of bank fines being used to help homeowners who overborrowed
amount of $1,162,182 was just enough to ensure that the balance of the money market account would be zero at the end of month 20.
Labour has overspent and overborrowed
, and as a result the public finances are in a mess.
However, it overborrowed
on the international capital market and suffered a major financial crisis in 1991.
That crisis--albeit brought about by a mismatch in the maturity structure of the country's debt and not as a result of an overborrowed
situation--and its impact on the course of macroeconomic development in the subsequent decade had a marked impact on the new policymakers.
Eddie McLean, 22, gambled on the Internet for years and overborrowed
on a succession of credit cards, Teesside Crown Court heard yesterday.
Some countries take great pains to avoid this vicious cycle by remaining in the no-default group even when they find they have overborrowed