Subsidized financing

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Subsidized financing

Funding provided by a government or other entity that is available at a below-market interest rate.

Subsidized Financing

A loan or other form of financing that a government provides directly or guarantees. Subsidized financing is available at a lower interest rate because the government does not need to make a profit and can better afford the risk of loss. Subsidized financing often is offered to lower income people, for example, to encourage home ownership. See also: Co-signer.
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Thaver said the union hopes the new CEO would comprehend the requirements of the sector for subsidized finance, setting up of Special Economic Zones for SMEs, filling of technological gap, global marketing support and tax relief and incentives for innovative, import substitution industries, facilitating, supporting, motivating and encouraging the farm sector and agro based units.
Thaver said the union hopes the new CEO would comprehend the requirements of the sector for subsidized finance, setting up of Special Economic Zones (SEZ) for SMEs, filling of technological gap, global marketing support and tax relief and incentives for innovative, import substitution industries, facilitating, supporting, motivating and encouraging the farm sector and agro based units.
China is trying to aggressively use subsidized finance to gain market share and procurement contracts often without regard for the country it's dealing with.
UNISAME has proposed subsidized finance for alternate energy devices and also 0% duty on imports of equipment and devices.
Study concludes that existing SME support (most of which is unbeknownst to the majority of SMEs) of subsidized finance facilities and other support programs remain inadequate to meet their sustainability objectives.