Subsidized financing

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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Luis Maizel: Japan and Finland are good examples of the Government using subsidized financing to direct specific fields of growth, in many cases allowing small business to participate.
PM's youth business loan, for young entrepreneurs between the age group of 21-45 years, is planned to offer subsidized financing at 8.
Some businesses are finding the cost savings of solar rooftop installations so attractive that they're willing to forego the subsidized financing to avoid the lengthy application process.
A WTO compliance panel confirmed that the EU did not come into compliance with respect to subsidies previously found to have caused adverse effects to the United States, and the EU further breached WTO rules by granting more than $4 billion in new subsidized financing for the A350 XWB causing tens of billions of dollars in additional adverse effects to the U.
They further said that under Youth Business Loan Scheme, the young entrepreneurs in the age group of 21-45 years were being provided subsidized financing through designated financial institutions and disbursement is Rs 10.
During the event, Hariri said in his speech the Rafik Hariri Center would host young entrepreneurs and allow innovators to create their own businesses, benefiting from the resources of Smart ESA and the subsidized financing made possible by the Central Bank.
The "Rafic Hariri Center" will host young entrepreneurs and allow innovators to create their own businesses, benefiting from the resources of "Smart ESA" and the subsidized financing provided by the Central Bank.
If banks had to put more of their equity on the line, rather than rely on cheap and essentially subsidized financing from deposits, they would be more heedful of risk, the Stanford professor argues.
The government's dominant position in the Saudi economy has put it in a strong position to support the consumer, through price subsidies, public sector employment, frequent wage increases, inflation alleviation plans, introduction of unemployment benefits, renewed Saudization drive and access to a pool of subsidized financing at Specialized Credit Institutions (SCIs).
The initiative was designed to provide subsidized financing at 8% mark-up per annum for 100, 000 beneficiaries through the National Bank of Pakistan and First Women Bank.
It is designed to provide subsidized financing at eight percent mark-up per annum for one hundred thousand beneficiaries through National Bank of Pakistan and First Women Bank.
One key reason for this renewed strength is that competition from subsidized financing has pulled-back as new light vehicle sales have strengthened," Colby noted.