The Jubilee government should, through its Universal Healthcare agenda, pump money into
the construction of a hospital to save Kenyans the costs of travelling outside the country for treatment.
The Queen is respected and followed worldwide, particularly by our Commonwealth friends, and the royal family attracts millions of tourists who pump money into
our economy every year.
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his property empire.
Gordon Brown had no choice but to pump money into
the banking system.
The ECB cut interest rates to near zero on Thursday and pledged to buy asset-backed securities in addition to its plan to offer new four-year loans to stabilise inflation expectations and pump money into
the flagging euro zone economy.
Thriving town and suburban shopping streets help create jobs, promote entrepreneurship and pump money into
Safadi said "the state's duty is to enforce security (...) in parallel with the payment of financial compensation." "It is about time to drop strife in Tripoli and to pump money into
the veins of the economy to accelerate development instead of wasting money on buying weapons and igniting pointless wars," he concluded.
stocks closed higher Tuesday after comments from a Federal Reserve (Fed) official raised hopes the central bank will continue to pump money into
the financial system.
Therefore, the Fed has already placed interest rates at zero percent for the last four years and has caused M2 money supply to be up 7% YOY.The strategy of governments and central banks is clear; lower interest rates and pump money into
the system in order to re-inflate asset prices and releverage the economy.
Today on ABC's "Shark Tank" two Eugene businesswomen will be up against Tae Bo founder Billy Blanks' son, a swimsuit designer and a rock band competing for investors to pump money into
Kirdi drifted to 5-4 to take control, with DIC, who have long been linked with a swoop for the Reds, out to 10-1 with as many as six different people looking to pump money into
the club, who finished seventh in the Premier League last term.
Rate-setters on the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) also left their pounds 200bn programme to pump money into
the economy unchanged, following their two-day meeting.
Rate-setters on the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) yesterday also left their pounds 200bn programme to pump money into
the economy unchanged following their two-day meeting.