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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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The IMF, which has reservations on whether Greece can meet high primary surplus targets, has yet to decide if it will fund Greece's current bailout, which expires in 2018.
It must be noted that the closure of the mill is not because of the government but because of PSM's inability to convert the bailout into becoming an operational unit and also its constantly defaulting on payments to SSGCL, which now amounts to approximately Rs 41 billion.
8) Bailout recipients have no entitlement to a bailout yet they receive one anyway.
Mr Tsipras has insisted that although he disagrees with the bailout conditions, he had no choice but to accept and implement them.
Athens reached an agreement to reopen bailout talks with its international creditors on July 13.
The German parliament's vote capped a week in which the proposed bailout agreed by eurozone leaders on Monday has cleared a string of hurdles.
The final deadline for achieving an agreement on Geek bailout is set for Sunday.
In 1974, a different resolution process was used in which a troubled bank was "propped up" with a bailout.
The international bailout imposed on Cyprus involved 10 billion euro ($13 billion) and therefore the Cypriot gold reserves are worth a mere 4.
But IMF spokesman Gerry Rice stressed Thursday that the so-called troika of Greece's bailout lenders -- the Fund, EU and the European Central Bank -- had acted together to save Greece from an unprecedented debt crisis that implicated the entire 17-nation eurozone.
Karachi -- A bailout package worth Rs11 billion will soon be given to PSM for procurement of raw materials so as to enhance production to 80 percent by the end of this year.
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved, on 15 May, a three-year C1 billion bailout loan for Cyprus.