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What is a subsidised loan?

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27th Feb 2011 by admint

Subsidized loans are loans in which the borrower is not paid by the borrower. Interest is normally charged periodically according to the Annual Percentage Rate. The interest is paid by another entity, it good be the government, or other entities that offer loan subsidies. An example of which is a student loan.

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