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borrow

Research ethics
A euphemism meaning to plagiarise.
 
Vox populi
To receive from another as a loan, with the implied or expressed intention of returning the identical article or its equivalent in kind; the opposite of lend.
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In addition to government borrowing, policymakers' failure to record the growth of the undocumented economy had also raised inflation.
class="MsoNormalspan xml:lang="EN-GBI'm looking at these figures and asking myself the question everyone borrowing should: how can I get out of this vicious cycle, once and for all?
Analysts expect further gains in consumer borrowing, supported by low unemployment and steady income gains.
Other North Wales authorities borrowing significantly from the PWLB include Flintshire County Council, whose PS79,248,094 loan in 2015 hasn't been topped up since, as well as Denbighshire County Council, whose 14 loans since 2015 equate to PS20m.
The government has been increasing domestic borrowing despite the performance of the bonds in the market.
The cost of borrowing surged massively after the central bank increased the benchmark interest rate by 4.25 percentage points in the last 11 months to 10%.
Borrowing in foreign currency is often preferred, as it is cheaper than borrowing in local currency.
According to the announced plan, the government will complete 47.56 percent of its the budgeted gross borrowing for the year in the first six months.
Since the fiscal deficit has not been affected, the net borrowing will be left unchanged, confirmed Garg, adding that, "the gross borrowing program for the second half (of the year) is now only Rs 2, 47, 000 crore."
The BSP's foreign borrowing cap is for both the public or government sector, and the private sector.
The government changed its strategy in 2016-17 and started borrowing from the central bank, leaving the liquidity of scheduled banks for the private sector.
Meanwhile, business borrowing picked up in July following a mild contraction in June, and household and business cash deposits continued to grow at a rate similar to that seen in the previous two months.