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bailout

[′bāl‚au̇t]
(aerospace engineering)
The exiting from a flying aircraft and descending by parachute in an emergency.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He added that government bailouts are not an alien practice, as many countries do it too.
ISLAMABAD -- Government has said it plans to take into confidence the parliament on the impending bailout package from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) soon.
How long was it worked upon before being forwarded to the ECC, attached to a request for Rs17bn as an emergency bailout? Tackling the ingrained problems of SOEs is one of the biggest challenges facing this government, and one can be sure the time to set the ball rolling has arrived when bailout requests start coming in.
Probably the most irrelevant question would be whether this IMF bailout would 'cost the country 1.2 million jobs' considering now that it's the last one.
And he added: "We will never forget the cause, or the people who led our country into bailouts."
Eurozone ministers, including its most powerful official Wolfgang SchEnuble, are optimistic about reaching a bailout deal with Greece.
Global Banking News-May 24, 2017--S&P warns of doom loop with regard to Italian bank bailout
Any reasonable definition of bailouts will need to encompass "good" (or at least uncontroversial) bailouts as well as "bad" bailouts.
GERMAN policy-makers have given overwhelming approval to opening detailed negotiations with Greece on a new bailout.
BERLIN, Shawwal 01, 1436, July 17, 2015, SPA -- German lawmakers have given their overwhelming approval to opening detailed negotiations with Greece on a new bailout package, AP reported.
ATyNA (CyHAN)- The Greek government will present its reform program to the lenders on Thursday, which, if approved, will allow Athens to get a third bailout package needed to avoid bankruptcy.