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Self-Financing

The act or practice of using one's own capital to provide funding for a project or company. Self-financing allows the creator of the project or company to maintain control apart from outside influence. It also allows the project or company to grow without debt. It is famously said that Ross Perot established Electronic Data Systems with $1,000 in personal savings. This is an example of self-financing.
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2245.00 million, 16 per cent share of self financing account of the CDA, is allocated for the priority projects of the authority.
Moreover, the priority projects under self financing with allocated cost were expressed in the budget document as Rs.
To identify the libraries of self financing engineering college libraries in Tamil Nadu, which are adopting Information Communication Technology infrastructure facilities.
To assess the hardware and software facilities available in the self financing engineering college libraries
In the year 2007 the Tamil Nadu government declared the list of the 224 self financing engineering colleges for the engineering admission purpose thorough Anna University, Chennai.
Data presented in table-1 indicates the distribution of self financing engineering colleges according to their zone with the accreditation details.
The availability of library application software in the self financing engineering colleges could be noted that 24.28 percent of the college libraries have Autolib software and 22.85 percent of the college libraries have Libasoft software.
There is "no way", Kennedy says, that Irish racing can be become self financing through taxing bookmakers' turnover on the sport.