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undercapitalised

Definitions

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  • adj. Insufficiently capitalised

Etymologies

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under- +‎ capitalised

Examples

  • With respect to the naming of army general Salvador Pardo Cruz - the former head of the Military Industry Union - as Minister of the Steel Industry, he said it was a good decision, pointing out that the military managed to upgrade and modernise their equipment based on local initiative, resources and organisation, with a strategy that could be transferred to the steel industry, which he said is currently 'undercapitalised' due to a lack of coherence in the ministry's policies.

    Global Issues News Headlines

  • Social enterprises still struggle to attract mainstream investment so they are often undercapitalised and their restricted growth means that taking on skilled staff is a process undertaken carefully, and long-term unemployed young people with limited skills pose too great a risk.

    Lessons from the demise of the Future Jobs Fund

  • Regrettably, politicians are using the misguided comparisons with Lehman Brothers as an excuse to ignore and perpetuate Europe's real problem: an unhealthy, undercapitalised banking system and a monetary union based on the premise that political leaders' commitment alone could make economic and democratic realities disappear.

    Greece is no Lehman Brothers | Raoul Rapurel

  • Nobody would start from here – an ill-designed single currency interacting with an insupportable burden of private debt created by oversized, undercapitalised banks.

    There is only one alternative to the euro's survival: catastrophe

  • In the aftermath of a credit crunch, with banks across the world still woefully undercapitalised, still paying fortunes in bonuses and still not accepting the full write-offs on their pre-2008 lending, this is especially worrying.

    Don't blame the euro for the ills besetting Ireland's economy

  • Although the government is preparing to launch a big society bank to lend to charities and social enterprises next spring, Robinson argues it is undercapitalised, and will not solve the immediate funding crisis.

    Charity chief says cuts could destroy David Cameron's 'big society'

  • An undercapitalised team like Liverpool cannot consistently compete with rich clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea or Arsenal also of London without a modern stadium.

    Less For Moores

  • Our experience shows the Australian early-stage market is grossly undercapitalised with not enough capital to support the qualified deal-flow for at least the next four to five years.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • The centuries of extractive policies to which the World Bank refers, which have left African agriculture backward and undercapitalised to this day, include the colonial period.

    Address at the opening of the 23rd Africa Regional Conference of the Food and Agriculture Organization

  • Mrs Lagarde's suggestions that banks remain undercapitalised - something denied by the ECB - will do little to revive confidence in their stock or in the prospect that Europe will begin to see even modest levels of growth without which it will be impossible to pay off debt.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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