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guaranteed to bring a profit

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acceptable to or at a bank

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NEPAD-IPPF proposes that each country should have a window linked to the centralised hub as part of an overall objective to unlock bankable investment opportunities in Africa.
Bankable Frontier Associates is a global consulting firm specializing in the development of financial services for low-income people around the world.
There are not enough bankable infrastructure projects available--bankable means you know that from a private sector point of view, this would really make a profit," Suzuki told reporters.
Our plan is to finalise a bankable feasibility by the end of this year.
The bankable feasibility study for the Arckaringa project is being paid for by Altona's joint venture partner, Chinese National Offshore Oil Corporation.
In a rough race, Confront, Presvis and several others appeared to run out of racing room halfway up the straight when Bankable and Imbongi were able to extract themselves and give chase.
An Irish-bred four-year-old Medicean colt, Bankable got up on the line to claim a tense win over Imbongi and Ibn Battuta in a thrilling renewal of the 1,600-metre turf race that was first run in 2000.
Bankable can finally prove he is aptly named by landing the Sandown showpiece Fortune Stakes.
The markets were wide open as the weights were published for the Cambridgeshire and Cesarewitch with Bankable heading the list for the former whilst Blue Bajan tops the weights for the Newmarket marathon.
Luca Cumani's Bankable has had more seconds than is healthy this term and is looking to end a frustrating sequence of four runners-up finishes here.
LUCA CUMANI looks good for a double at Goodwood with Bankable and Thumbs Up.
OPPOSITION to Bankable in the Royal Hunt Cup could be thin on the ground as James Fanshawe's Artimino has emerged as a doubtful runner.
Johnson says the card meets his entrepreneurial goals to "address all social, health, and economic issues of the underserved" and hopes that the MAGICCash card will make "life easier for those who have been overlooked and [considered] not bankable.
Cavils aside, Due's a really good read now by any criterion, solid in novelistic conventions made bankable in earlier eras by Helen MacInnes, Victoria Holt and Phyllis Whitney.