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bailout

[′bāl‚au̇t]
(aerospace engineering)
The exiting from a flying aircraft and descending by parachute in an emergency.
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Stocks then soared as reports surfaced that Germany was in talks to plan a Greek bailout.
For more information about the Bailout Booth Event, BailoutBooth.
The IMF's bailout, when stripped of rationalizations and embellishments, is nothing more than the means to finance this attempt to loot Argentina's private sector.
In conjunction with the availability of IMF and World Bank bailouts, OPIC helps to artificially protect overseas investors from shouldering investment risk in what would otherwise be unstable political and economic climates.
To force the IMF to halt its faulty policies, the administration must refuse to bail out countries that fall victim to crises through their own shortsighted policies and investors that expect IMF bailouts when crisis strikes.
A bailout at this stage would be the worst possible outcome for American taxpayers and mortgage holders, who have been paying a risk premium to these foreign investors.
Consumer sentiment mirrors initial reaction to bank bailout package
The bailout programme faces one of its final hurdles on Wednesday when parliament in Germany -- the biggest contributor to the bailouts -- votes on it.
Germany is the largest single contributor to the bailouts and many conservatives are skeptical about a third bailout for Greece.
Germany has been the largest single contributor to Greece's bailouts but it has taken a hard line, insisting on stringent spending cuts and tax hikes in return.
It also knew that devaluation, usually a key part of IMF bailouts, is impossible for Greece unless it actually leaves the euro (which Greeks desperately don't want to do).
The lenders have issued two bailouts for Greece since 2010.