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  • n. Plural form of nonpayment.


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  • During that glorious window from 1996 to the end of 1997, the so-called nonpayments crisis in Russia was a nonissue to the Western banks.

    A Black Hole

  • Goldman left town in a huff, having become, in its own way, one of the first victims of what would eventually be known as the nonpayments crisis in Russia.

    A Black Hole

  • The country is paralyzed by what has come to be known as the nonpayments crisis.

    Russian Roulette

  • National credit bureau Experian teamed with consulting company Oliver Wyman to identify the characteristics and debt management behavior of the growing numbers of homeowners who bail out of their mortgages with none of the expected warning signs, such as nonpayments on other debts.

    W.C. Varones Blog

  • The vast majority of these complaints have been filed by two women, both of whom according to public records, have been brought to court by several collection agencies due to nonpayments.

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  • "There is a serious problem of nonpayments and loan defaults (by companies and banks)," Mr. Putin said.

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  • No sector is more plagued by nonpayments than the big electric power companies.

    A Black Hole

  • But most Western bankers now acknowledge, as Peter Boone, cohead of research at Brunswick Warburg in Moscow puts it, "" that we ignored for too long the size of the nonpayments crisis. ''

    A Black Hole

  • But what one Russian policymaker calls the "" crisis of nonpayments '' -- the Sour Cream Economy -- is not the product of the anti-inflation campaign alone.

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  • "They say they're worried about a rise in nonpayments."

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