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trustworthiness with money as based on a person's credit history

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IMF involvement doubtlessly supports African sovereigns' creditworthiness during programmes thanks to the Fund's role as a lender of last resort.
The World Bank, in partnership with the Public A[degrees]Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) and other development partners, launched the City Creditworthiness Initiative in 2014 to help up to 300 cities enhance their creditworthiness and develop more attractive and climateA[degrees]smart opportunities for investors.
C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) said it intends to kick off its Creditworthiness Network in conjunction with funding partner Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) with Creditworthiness Academy.
The country's creditworthiness ranking improved from the previous survey conducted six months ago, as its global ranking progressed by seven notches and its regional ranking went up by one spot.
In order to determinate the impact of energy produced by CET Palas Constantaon the Black Sea coastal area, air samples, discharged used water, and soil samples have been taken, and the creditworthiness tables have been elaborated according to them.
It seems that the basic problem in the evaluation of creditworthiness on the basis of this test is the lack of data describing the given object, which essentially influences the evaluation of creditworthiness, i.
Because of severe risks, and the need to identify new opportunities and build trust, the selection made by evaluating their potential and existing business partners' creditworthiness is becoming crucial for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as well.
Minneapolis, has created a new credit score that will give lenders a better view of the creditworthiness of these customer segments.
FERC is proposing new creditworthiness standards that pipelines would have to use to screen out shippers with shaky finances.
credit-rating agency said the new share offering could have a positive impact on Itochu's creditworthiness if implemented as planned.
In addition, your work history and letters of recommendation will also be used as indicators of your creditworthiness.
Asian nations are faced with the difficulty of raising funds from the international market because the regional financial crisis of 1997 has lowered their creditworthiness.
Less-than-robust risk-management systems, evidenced by an overreliance on collateral, compromised both the assessment of counterparty creditworthiness and the measurement and control of risk exposures at several financial institutions.
Creditworthiness of the Tenant: Although most large telecommunications companies interested in leasing space are well known and well capitalized, there are new players emerging every day, and mergers of existing players abound.