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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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Wahaibi said the primary objective of the water sector restructuring is to enhance the efficiency of the whole setup and expand services to the areas, which are currently not served by any other government entity.
He expressed the determination of the group to continue to support Atiku as the promoter of restructuring, saying they will stick with him until the objective is achieved.
"That could be the only restructuring option Hyundai can take without causing big political trouble," Kim said.
Under this approved restructuring programme of Componenta, a supplementary payment obligation is incurred to the company towards its unsecured creditors insofar as its guarantee liabilities included in its restructuring debts materialise in an amount smaller than the maximum amount set forth in the restructuring programme.
The restructuring is formalized within five days from the date of placement of the decision about approval of the restructuring in the electronic system by the Fund.
The banks have used the tool of loan restructurings in a bid to reduce their high stock of NPLs that corresponds to 45% of total loans.
Mackinac Partners is a financial advisory, turnaround management and restructuring firm that helps clients address and resolve financial and operational crises and pursue new growth opportunities.
In mid-2015, GOL began its comprehensive restructuring plan, addressing over RUSD17 billion of debt and other obligations, with a shareholder equity infusion of USD150 million: raising USD100 million from its controlling shareholders, who maintained their equity stake at 63 percent, and USD50 million from GOL's strategic partner, Delta Airlines, which increased its equity stake to 9.5 percent.
* A restructuring that results in a temporary or permanent increase in the contractual interest rate cannot be presumed to be at a rate that is at or above market.
The term "restructuring" can refer to a number of different types of company reorganisations -- each of which impact investors, shareholders, creditors and employees in different ways.
"Slippages from restructured loans were 5-20% in the six months following the completion of the restructuring exercise in June 2009," S&P said.
ISLAMABAD, February 08, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The Cabinet Committee on Restructuring (CCOR) here on Monday decided that financial restructuring and operational and corporate governance improvement of the eight Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) would be undertaken to turn them into viable entities.