deficit financing

/'defɪsɪt ˌfaɪnænsɪŋ/ noun
a type of financial planning by a government in which it borrows money to cover the difference between its tax income and its expenditure

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  • deficit financing — /ˌdɛfəsət ˈfaɪnænsɪŋ/ (say .defuhsuht fuynansing) noun a practice which enables a government Treasury to make payments when its receipts fail to cover expenditures …   Australian English dictionary

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  • budget deficit financing — A deliberate budgeted excess of government expenditure over income, with the object of stimulating economic growth, financed by borrowing • • • Main Entry: ↑budget …   Useful english dictionary

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