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bail out

A popular term borrowed from aviation (e.g., a crew parachuting out of a striken aircraft) referring to any situation in which an operator or interventionist drops out or quits unexpectedly.
 
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Diplomats and Greek officials say Tsipras and his Syriza party have decided to stop fighting the creditors for now and comply with the bailout in the quest for early debt relief and a return to economic independence.
Mr Tsipras has insisted that although he disagrees with the bailout conditions, he had no choice but to accept and implement them.
Germany has been the largest single contributor to Greece's bailouts but it has taken a hard line, insisting on stringent spending cuts and tax hikes in return.
The referendum was preceded by several rounds of talks, which failed to end in an agreement between the sides before the expiration of the previous bailout program.
The rest of the troika, which is under the European Union's umbrella, is estimated to run out of funds for its bailout program by next year.
He said that PSM is also making all efforts to enhance the production level from 26 precent CAPU, until the bailout package is received as decided by the federal government
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades has convened the country's political leaders Wednesday to discuss conditions on the EUR 10 B bailout needed by the country.
The "one or two month" loan would not supplant a bailout for which Cyprus is in talks with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, he said.
It's absolutely not a bailout, I think it shows good financial management.
The measures involved: cutting interest rates on bailout loans; extending maturities of loans; returning profits made by the European Central Bank (ECB) on the purchase of Greek bonds to Greece; and buybacks of Greek debt by the Euro zone from the private sector.
Despite the obvious benefits of a bailout for Europe, however, an examination of the political forces at work on Capitol Hill and the different options facing the Obama administration--whether or not they choose to bail out Europe--reveal the logic behind the White House's stance.
Luxembourg, June 22 (Xinhua-ANI): Head of Eurogoup Jean-Claude Juncker said late Thursday that he expected the terms of the second bailout program for Greece to be "updated" after a mission of international lenders finish its evaluation report.