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- adjective paid in advance
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The bailout fund relies on each member of the bloc of euro-using nations guaranteeing the debt in proportion to its paid-up capital at the European Central Bank, plus an extra 20% to ensure that the fund will be able to repay creditors if a euro-zone government can't honor its guarantee.
Demand Seen for Portugal Bailout Bond Art Patnaude 2011
With this integration, the paid-up capital of Kamat Hotels will increase to 179 million rupees from 150.4 million rupees, the company said.
Kamat Hotels' Board OKs Merger With Group Firms Deals India Staff 2011
Under current regulations, the total equity capital of a bank's units and joint ventures can't exceed 20% of the sum of its paid-up equity capital and reserves.
India's Infrastructure Fund Plan Delayed Prasanta Sahu 2011
Eventually, the net issue will amount to 17.37% of the paid-up equity capital of the company.
Power Finance Issue Launches Today Sneha Shah 2011
The issue, including the pre-IPO placement of shares and those to cornerstone investors, will result in a dilution of about 17% in the company's post-issue paid-up capital, said L&T Chief Financial Officer Y.M. Deosthalee.
L&T Finance Sets Indicative IPO Price Bijou George 2011
Please have your life insurance policies paid-up before you board!
Failure to (perhaps periodically) register possession will be another, bearing w/o a paid-up license will be another.
He says “I consider myself a conservative and arrived at [the Tea Party in Nashville] as a paid-up, rank-and-file attendee, not one of the bemused New York Times types with a media pass.”
Eligibility requirements include previous experience in ministerial or top-tier civil service roles, heading a government agency or company with paid-up capital of at least 100 million Singapore dollars US$82.6 million, or holding roles with similar seniority and responsibility.
Singapore Presidential Race Will Be Contested Chun Han Wong 2011
Two other applicants were rejected, the committee said, for failing to meet eligibility requirements, which include previous experience in ministerial or top-tier civil service roles, heading a government agency or company with paid-up capital of at least 100 million Singapore dollars US$82.59 million, or holding roles with similar seniority and responsibility.
Four Candidates Eligible for Singapore Presidential Election Chun Han Wong 2011