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  • n. Alternative form of buyback.

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Examples

  • Earlier Monday, Coal Secretary Alok Perti told reporters that the coal ministry was considering a buy-back proposal for state-run monopoly Coal India.

    India Lists 26 Companies for Buyback Plan

  • Banks have been reluctant to refinance riskier borrowers because they would have to take on the "buy-back" risk if borrowers ultimately default.

    White House Seeks More Home-Loan Refinancings

  • Vivek Sekhar , founder of the mid-market private equity firm which specialises in investments in mid-sized companies, told VCCircle that the financial investors, who together own less than 50 per cent stake, are looking at financial or strategic investors for an exit, auction of shares or management buy-back.

    Morning News Roundup

  • The 20-year-old's future at Stamford Bridge has, however, already been questioned with reports claiming Barcelona have a buy-back option at the end of this season, as well as in the summer of 2013.

    Football news in brief

  • By burden sharing, the government probably means some form of buy-back from investors, under which it would cancel the debts at a significant discount to their face value.

    Ireland Surely Can't Betray its History

  • The conservationists had high hopes following FMC's announcement that they had withdrawn the deadly chemical from the Kenyan market and were implementing a buy-back program to remove the existing stock from the country.

    Global Voices in English » FMC Meets with Conservationists in Nairobi over Furadan

  • But not long after the buy-back program commenced, Wall Street -- and Goldman in particular -- began announcing record profits and bonuses to its bankers and traders.

    Charles Gasparino: Goldman Sachs, the Tallest Midget in the Room

  • While this no different to any other commercial enterprise, public bodies considering mutualisation will need to bear in mind the risk of failure and the possible need for a buy-back.

    Overcoming challenges of public sector mutualisation

  • In Tokyo, improved global sentiment and a share buy-back plan from Canon helped lift the market.

    Asian Shares Mostly Higher

  • The $550 million buy-back is being executed under a $1.0 billion Board authorization established in March of 2008.

    NYSE Euronext Statement on EU Decision

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