medium-term credit

medium-term credit
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medium-term credit UK US noun [C or U] FINANCE
money that is lent to a company for a period of between two and ten years
Compare LONG-TERM CREDIT(Cf. ↑long-term credit), SHORT-TERM CREDIT(Cf. ↑short-term credit)

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