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instalment

(US), installment
one of the portions, usually equal, into which a debt is divided for payment at specified intervals over a fixed period
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Tech also offers installments for the Galaxy S9 through a 12-month programme whereby the customer pays EGP 1,609 per month without a down payment, or can buy the Galaxy S9 and pay along 18 months, with EGP 1,187 paid monthly.
While hopeful owners may opt to buy their dream home on an installment plan, some default in paying one or more installments.
In its bill the government had proposed 48 monthly installments, but after deliberations MPs agreed to raise this to 54.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran has received the 5th and 6th installments of its $2.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- After the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK) limited the number of installments on furniture purchases as of Feb.
Gulf Installments Company (Gulf Installments) is to launch its office in Riyadh during the third quarter of this year.
Gulf Installments Company has been established to provide Shari'ah-compliant installment and lease financing with a focus on small and medium sized enterprises
Summary: DUBAI - Shu Capital on Sunday announced the establishment of Gulf Installments Company.
If they sell the property prematurely, their parents will be hit with a crippling tax bill and will not receive installments sufficient to cover the liability.
For example, if an asset is sold for $100,000, to be paid in five equal annual installments of $20,000, it's like selling one-fifth of the asset in five consecutive tax years.
Auto centers give customers the chance to pay off their purchases via installments in response to the increase in auto consumers.
On Thursday, "EVN-Macedonia" offered its consumers a period of three months in which they can pay the remaining debt for spent electric energy without interest rates or by installments.