Definition of Bankability

1. Noun. The state or condition of being bankable. ¹

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Definition of Bankability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bankability

bank robber
bank robbers
bank run
bank shot
bank statement
bank statements
bank swallow
bank transfer
bank transfers
bank up
bank vault
bank vole
bank voles
bank withdrawal
bankability (current term)
banker's acceptance
banker's acceptances
banker's bill
banker's check
banker's dozen

Literary usage of Bankability

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1. Environmental Financing in the Russian Federation by Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (1998)
"In any case, once environmental investment projects can demonstrate environmental benefits, then the viability or "bankability" of the investment project ..."

2. Developing China's Natural Gas Market: The Energy Policy Challenges by International Energy Agency (2002)
"... honour long-term off-take agreements, in order to enhance the bankability of the whole gas chain from upstream exploration to midstream transportation. ..."

3. The Clean and Efficient Use of Coal and Lignite: Its Role in Energy by International Energy Agency (1994)
"... are assured of bankability from the economic, technical, commercial, financial and social points of view. At the same time, as a governmental bank of ..."

4. Foreign Direct Investment in China: Challenges and Prospects for Regional by Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (2002)
"A greater availability of RMB-loans and an improved bankability of projects would be highly instrumental to attracting foreign investors, which until now ..."

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