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restructuring

 [re-struk´choor-ing]
altering the structure of something.
cognitive restructuring in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as challenging a patient to alter distorted thought patterns and view self and the world more realistically.
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A company can in turn use this liquidity to remain solvent, restructure further or capitalise on opportunities in the market to acquire cheap assets.
There are additional issues to consider where any restructure is contemplated, whether before or after an exchange, and thus competent legal and tax advisors should always be consulted.
To encourage commercial banks to work with borrowers to restructure problem loans in accordance with SFAS 15, the federal bank regulatory agencies revised the reporting requirements of such loans.(4) Previously, banks were required to classify the full amount of restructured loans along with past-due and nonaccrual loans regardless of the amount of delinquent payments.(5) The revised reporting forms require banks to disclose restructured loans and leases in two memoranda schedules depending on the status of collectibility.
He added: 'Our message is that if you want to restructure Nigeria you are our man if you don't want to restructure then you not a man.
The decision to restructure depends ultimately on the circumstances facing a company, its strategic plan and objectives and what advantages and disadvantages may result.
Until November, 2000, the Jakarta Initiative succeeded in helping restructure (US$ 5.2 billion worth of debts or 33% of the total debts of US$ 15.8 billion to be restructured through the Jakarta Initiative.
"I've seen companies restructure three times in a five-year period," says co-author Debra C.
On January 29, 1998, Tax Executives Institute testified before the Senate Committee on Finance on proposed legislation to restructure and reform the Internal Revenue Service.
Successful investors will be those who have found institutions whose management has the will to restructure fundamentally the bank's earnings profile.
Faced with less funds - or, at the very least, limited funding increases from the province - hospitals must rethink and restructure their operations.
Nnamani described candidates mouthing that they will restructure Nigeria in six months or one year as jokers.